I wonder how far into 2018 it’ll be before I actually see a movie released in 2018.
Phantom Thread (2017) directed by Paul Thomas Anderson
You know, I always tell people that I am not a hipster. And yet, as I sat, all by myself at ten o’clock at night with a coffee in one hand, wine in the other watching a Paul Thomas Anderson movie… I’m not a hipster, nope, not at all. Phantom Thread is the most recent film of esteemed director Paul Thomas Anderson Continue reading →
We’re almost a month into 2018 and I actually don’t think I’ve seen a movie released in 2018 yet. Is that…is that bad…? Anyway, here’s yet another 2017er.
I, Tonya (2017); Directed by Craig Gillespie
Following the true story (sort of) of Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding (Margot Robbie) and her infamous misadventures with Steve Gillooly (Sebastian Stan), I, Tonya chronicles her career from beginning to end. Composed in a very similar way to Continue reading →
I’ve never been more thankful for my wholesome upbringing than while watching this film…I mean…yeesh…
The Florida Project (2017); directed by Sean Baker
The Florida Project is an utterly bizarre tale about a mother and daughter living in a motel just outside Disneyworld, in Florida. Told more like a Continue reading →
Hugh Jackman, you’re an absolute treasure and you need to be protected. But, man, do you pick some weird movies to be in…
The Greatest Showman (2017) directed by Michael Gracey
Hello, dear readers, I have returned! Apologies for the impromptu hiatus, life always seems to get in the way of watching movies, it’s quite a drag. But I’m back! Better than ever (not really). Anyways, here’s my review of The Greatest Showman. Director Michael Gracey (reportedly helming the upcoming live-action Naruto movie, betchya didn’t know that) brings us the story of Phineas Taylor Barnum, the creator of Continue reading →
Okay, I lied, the title is a lie. These are my personal favorite and least favorite movies that came out this year, not necessarily the best and worst. 2017 was a good year for movies, a lot of good stuff. And yet, as I look back, not as many spectacular movies as I thought. There was also a lot of garbage that came out this year, especially franchise stuff. As always, I couldn’t see everything, so this list is comprised only of what I saw. Here we go, to celebrate last year, this is my top 5 favorite and least favorite movies of 2017!
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