Ad Astra (2019)

Visually, Ad Astra is truly spectacular (thanks to Hoyte Van Hoytema’s cinematography and the VFX-team). The vibrant colour palette of several celestial bodies and some genuinely inventive tracking shots, made me stare at the screen like I was in some sort of trance. Most of the space scenes are silent – since “no one can …

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Ready or not (2019)

Horror movies will always make room for rich people behaving badly. Frankly, we could use a sharp one of these right now, another American Psycho or You’re Next. Apparently that’s not in the cards: Instead, we get the splattery, not-so-clever Ready or Not, in which the snobby heirs to the Le Domas gaming fortune reveal …

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Stuber (2019)

Look, it did have some funny moments in it, but honestly, it was so mind numbingly predictable that I really wanted to hit my head against a wall at times. Yeah, I knew who the Uber driver was going to end up pairing up with at the end, and like most Hollywood movies, it isn’t …

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Hellboy (2019)

They got a few things right, fair credit where its due. The Hellboy in Mexico story was spot on and well done, Daimio and Gruagach were both fairly accurate, and the Baba Yaga’s chicken leg house was just about perfect. They NAILED the Osiris Club and the Wild Hunt, which got a huge smile from …

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