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  • Shazam!



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Flat out avoided when it was released as it signaled a more conventional (even more so than Wonder Woman), far-less interesting approach for the DCEU than what I loved about the Snyder flicks, and Levi’s comment on the Snyder Cut really pissed me off, dude wasn’t even there yet. Anyway, I surprisingly enjoyed much of this, mostly for its’ section where they test out the powers and go viral and the climax where all the foster kids get Shazamed! It’s fine, but gets bogged-down in cliche.

  • The Great Gatsby

    The Great Gatsby


    Goofy anachronistic touches aside, I’ve always felt this to be a good adaptation of the book, one that I actually enjoyed reading in eleventh grade English class. It really gets at the sad, phoniness of its’ title character. Far better than the one with Redford from the ‘70s, at least this one feels awake. Leo’s great and Edgerton kills it.

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    True Romance



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  • Zack Snyder's Justice League

    Zack Snyder's Justice League


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