2016: Best Movies, Nate’s Honourable Mentions + 10-1

Click here for So Bad It’s Good, here for Worst Movies 37-11, here for Best Movies 36-11, and here for Worst Movies 10-1. Continue reading “2016: Best Movies, Nate’s Honourable Mentions + 10-1”

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2016: Worst Movies, 10-1

Click here for So Bad it’s Good, here for Worst Movies 37-11 and here for Best Movies 36-11

Intro + 10-8

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2016: Best Movies, 36-11

Read my So Bad It’s Good list here and my Worst Movies of 2016 37-11 here.

2016 was a pretty strong year for film, especially in more off-the-cuff independent affair. Continue reading “2016: Best Movies, 36-11”

2016: Worst Movies, 37-11

Read my watchlist/So Bad It’s Good of 2016 here

I hate these preambles, but I need to clear some things up for the three people who follow this blog, or those who will read my older posts:

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2016: Watchlist/So Bad it’s Good

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Quick Critique: Kubo and the Two Strings

(Originally published 13 September 2016)

Kubo (Art Parkinson) is a young boy who lives in a mountain cave with his ill mother (Charlize Theron). He routinely goes down to a local village to create stories by magically controlling origami figures using his shamisen. He must always returning home before dark, as him and his mother are in hiding from his grandfather the Moon King (Ralph Fiennes) and his evil aunts (Rooney Mara). However, Kubo accidentally breaks this curfew, informing his aunts of his location. After barely escaping them, he journeys with a monkey totem that was magically brought to life and a man cursed to be a beetle (Matthew McConaughey) in order to find mystical items that will help defeat his aunts and grandfather. Continue reading “Quick Critique: Kubo and the Two Strings”

Quick Critique: Nerve

(Originally published 19 August 2016)

One of the leading semi-trends in Hollywood’s endless crusade to appeal to young morons is this kind of ‘technophobic’ subgenre. Modernising these usual horror and thriller tropes and attributing them to the tech-savvy social media generation. And mostly they suck, probably because they’re written who have no understanding of how the internet and teenagers coalesce. Continue reading “Quick Critique: Nerve”