Bretton Miller

Bretton Miller


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  • Furious 7

    Furious 7

    Once again, this franchise astounds, with a beautiful and tear-jerking ending (famously Paul Walker/"Brian O'Conner's" final Fast and Furious picture, and his presence will be missed), along with some of the best action of the series. Easily the funniest and most "cheesy" of these films so far, with Hobbs reaching peak Hobbs (despite limited screen-time).

    "Woman, I am the Calvary."

    Whoever came up with the idea of an airdrop with cars and parachutes deserves a massive raise.

    Oh! Oh! Also…

  • The Amusement Park

    The Amusement Park

    Man, imagine just stumbling on this on 70s television, expecting one thing as getting something uniquely different. An satirical horror that finds its chills it’s in questions and relationship to us, the viewer.

    Another monumental step in the fantastic and important art of film restoration. The heart and soul of film history.

    Shot by S. William Hinzman
    Shot on 16 mm

Popular reviews

  • Us


    Incredible. Jordan Peele’s followup to Get Out cements that he has many things to say, and can tell them in different, horrific ways. While, yes, this is only his second film as a solo director, it still shows that he is not just repeating what had worked before. The scares in Us are different from the horrors of Get Out, just as the messages are different.

    Also Lupita N’yongo gives one of the greatest performances I have seen in horror cinema,…

  • In The Heights

    In The Heights

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

    The Summer (Year?!?) of Song Begins Here...

    In a fate of absurd irony, late last year Warner Bros. made the decision to send it's 2021 slate of films, from smaller titles like "The Little Things" to "Reminiscence" to their heavy hitters from "Matrix 4" to "Dune," straight to HBOMax alongside their theatrical releases. The irony of this however is that, in any other year, Warner Bros. would be having a banger of a theatrical year. Despite some bumps in the…