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The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (Ethan Coen & Joel Coen, 2018)

A happy-go-lucky cowboy with a penchant for singing is offended when the wanted poster bearing his face calls him a misanthrope. Another cowboy enters a small bank with the intent to rob it. 1,438 more words

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'Widows' (2018): Review

Directed by: Steve McQueen || Produced by: Steve McQueen, Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, Arnon Milchan

Screenplay by: Gillian Flynn, Steve McQueen || … 1,123 more words

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The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. 2018

quite a mouthful of a name, right.  you Know the type of movie you sit down to watch on a rainy day with a hot beverage and it ends up making you feel just as cozy and warm as your surroundings? 165 more words

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The Ballad of Buster Scruggs Review -A Strange, Nihilistic, and Fascinating Movie (Rating: 9/10)

Though not the biggest fan of the Coen Brothers, I can definitely appreciate their distinct voice and commitment to filmmaking. I personally wouldn’t put any of their works in my top favourites of all time, but I had a good time making my way through classics like  413 more words

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Film Review: Robin Hood Modernizes the Classic Tale (Again) For No Real Reason

The Pitch: As Robin Hood helpfully informs you within its first seconds, “forget what you think you know. This is no bedtime story.” Tabling for a moment the fact that  1,017 more words

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Film Review: Green Book Chases a Familiar, Year-End Friendly, and Misguided Tune

The Pitch: A road movie, a buddy comedy, and a mid-century racial polemic bump into each other at a bar. Here’s Green Book, a new dramedy from 50% of the Farrelly brothers ( 1,030 more words

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Scott pilgrim vs. the world. 2010

In a world full of typical “just talking comedies” where characters deliver jokes back and forth and “action comedies” where characters act hilarious and dumb, this film somehow delivers on both fronts making for a beautiful ridiculous…film! 104 more words

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