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  • Avengers: Age of Ultron
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Recent reviews

  • Dune



    Since the beginning of Movie Lowdown we have been talking about this movie being produced. A lot of our favorite Sci-Fi movies and shows get source material from the original book. So we have been hyped for this movie. We were not fans of the original movie probably because we did not grow up in the 1980s. But we respect it for what it was. Visually this movie is stunning and a technical masterpiece. This movie was definitely meant to…

  • Lamb



    We knew from the trailer what we were getting into. A movie about a Icelandic ranch couple who happen to parent a human-lamb hybrid. That’s pretty much what we got a long with the typical A24 cinematography. There were a few chuckles here and there.

    Lamb has what we have grown to love from A24 movies. Drawn out scenes, beautiful scenery, emotional human connection, and typically a wild story. Where this movie falls short is much like this years Green…

Popular reviews

  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

    Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings


    First off let us say that we are huge Marvel fans and watch all of their content. So we are biased when it comes to them but also hold them to a high regard when it comes to their content. With that out of the way let’s get into Shang-Chi and the Legend of The Ten Rings.
    The movie dives into the the life of a guy who was born in 1996 but looks like he in his late 30s.…

  • The Card Counter

    The Card Counter


    This is first non-CGI movie we have seen Oscar Issac in since A Most Violent Year. Sure enough… it is also happens to be a movie that drags like The Most Violent Year. The movie seemed like it wanted to go in many different directions. However it never seemed to pay off. Sometimes dialogue would happen that made us think it would be a new angle of the story but it just abruptly stopped.
    Oscar Issac singlehandedly held this movie…