Midsommar… is not for everyone

If you saw Hereditary, think back to the last 30 minutes of the movie, then stretch that out over 2 hours. If you didn’t see Hereditary, Midsommar is a beautifully shot film that is 2 hours of dread within a peaceful (looking) setting. There are a lot of shocking/upsetting moments that will stick with you long after the movie ends. Again, it’s beautiful though! Continue reading Midsommar… is not for everyone

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Someone Great Review: Romantic Dramedy?

Someone Great has a lot of very deep, very real, and moving moments throughout. While the drug use was a bit much for me the chemistry between the ladies and the themes that are addressed in the movie made it a solid watch.  Continue reading Someone Great Review: Romantic Dramedy?

Bib’s Top 10 Movies of 2019 (So Far)

Halfway through 2019 I’ve seen 40 movies (a bit behind the pace for 100 but the draft took over for a bit there) and I wanted to give some indication of where I’m at with my top movies of the year. I’ve watched everything from Blockbuster theatrical releases to VOD indies and my top 10 should reflect a range of different mediums. I don’t discriminate.  Continue reading Bib’s Top 10 Movies of 2019 (So Far)

Us is no Get Out, but that’s a good thing

Don’t worry about looking for deeper messages. Us is a good, original, horror story with an amazing performance from Lupita Nyong’o and the child actors. It was fun to see Jordan Peele make a horror movie without it needing to be some groundbreaking feat. The twist left me feeling some sort of way but I can’t exactly put it into words.  Continue reading Us is no Get Out, but that’s a good thing