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Hayden Christensen just can’t get a break. After his universally panned performance as Anakin Skywalker in Star Wars Episodes II and III (I’d argue that his performance was the result of the perfect storm of miscasting, poor script and directing, … Continue reading
Hundreds of people smarter than me and more in tune with the movie market have tried, with various success, to explain why Solo became the first seriously underperforming Star Wars movie. I will, most likely, bring nothing new to the … Continue reading
2036 is a minimalistic film. Its subject matter, setting and performances all indicate a small budget. That is not a bad thing, and in some respects the filmmakers did an admirable job putting together a working movie with the little … Continue reading
Normally, I would never touch a movie named “Genocidal Organ” with a ten-foot pole. It seems to fall into the category of names like “Five-Headed Shark Attack” or “Quantum of Solace”, where the ridiculous title already warns off hopeful movie … Continue reading