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  • An American Pickle

    ★★½

  • The Mystery of D.B. Cooper

    ★★½

  • Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

    ★★★★

  • Persona: The Dark Truth Behind Personality Tests

    ★★★½

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  • An American Pickle

    An American Pickle

    ★★½

    Didn't have high expectations with the concept of this film and still left feeling a little disappointed. The film starts off feeling like a less funny Borat with Seth Rogan playing not 1 but 2 characters annnnd that's the film. It got some laughs out of me and some eye rolls, as a whole it wasn't terrible but it just felt like a mashup of other ideas and films but not executed as well as any of those films it was inspired by. Worth watching if your rolling up at 2am with nothing else on but dont expect top tier Seth Rogan.

  • The Mystery of D.B. Cooper

    The Mystery of D.B. Cooper

    ★★½

    By no means a bad documentary, but when the entire subject is an unsolved heist with seemingly so many rabbit holes you can go down it somewhat weakens the film despite having an extremely unique and interesting event it's building off of.

    I mean the first couple theories had me interested but by the time I could no longer count them on one hand it seemingly was just weakening the other more likely stories with random anecdotes from people likely…

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  • Persona: The Dark Truth Behind Personality Tests

    Persona: The Dark Truth Behind Personality Tests

    ★★★½

    Teetering between a 3-3.5, its certainly an interesting documentary about a subject I wasnt very familiar with and somewhat changed my views.

    As a young adult who grew up with technology, I've sort or always assumed the tests in the work place were used to sort out obviously flawe candidates, less a test of what you would really do in said situations but moreso do you have the sense to know what your company would want to hear. And i…

  • National Security

    National Security

    ★★½

    Martin Lawrence somehow manages to be the worst part of his own movie. He swings so much that occasionally he hits, i cant deny he got a few laughs out of me, but when your trying that hard to be funny through the whole film, it comes off very unfunny. Often in National Security, Lawrence was less a likeable protagonist and more closely resembled an annoying younger sibling, being a nuisance to the people around him constantly, which was funny…