So if you are a big fan of the cult cyberpunk/post apocalyptic film 'Hardware', maybe you saw his other films (Which got screwed over by the Weinsteins) 'Dust Devil' & felt bad for Richard Stanley when he got unfairly screwed over during the filming of 'The Island of Dr.Moreau'. Well you're in luck. It has been announced that his dream project of directing H.P Lovecraft's 'Color Out of Space' has been greenlit. We're finally getting a new Richard Stanley movie! Hopefully this makes the forces that be in Hollywood aware of his talent to let him get back the rights to 'Hardware' & maybe get that eagerly awaited 'Hardware 2' sequel in film or at least a Novelization/comic book adaptaion. So that news really gave me a big ol' smile on my face.
Without further stalling, let's get to more of these interesting/ a few sound mildly decent/terrible movies of 2019!
-Godzilla: King of the Monsters = I'm sorry, but at this point in the game why should I care? The only folks who can make a good Godzilla film are the Japanese. Hollywood has a bad tendency of ignoring the big traits that make a character work when it comes to remakes & adaptations. Take for instance the original remake from 1998, dumbass Rolan Emmerich neutered that character by making it this giant lizard creature that jumped around buildings, laid eggs, only shot flames out of its mouth once (Yeah, light blue blasts/fire. Same shit.), never fought other creatures & it mostly focused on cliched or annoying human characters. THAT'S ALOT OF FISH! That's what I said when I accidentally walked into the women's bathroom. It sure takes a lot to screw up a movie where the highlight is destruction & monsters. If one property would of benefited of being nothing but a mindless action film about a creature spending an hour & 30 minutes blowing stuff up, it would be Godzilla.
Despite enjoying 'Kong: Skull Island', I really don't have hope for this so-called 'Giant Monster Universe'. Who knows, maybe the trailers & promos will win me over. For now I am in the grey & am just so tired of being screwed over with Hollywood making movies based on one of my favorite giant movie monsters.
-Rocketman = Oh thank god, this isn't a remake of that terrible 1998 Disney movie where NASA sends a fucking idiot on a space mission to mars. That movie pissed me off as a kid & I bet you if I saw it again today it will still piss me off!
Rocketman!! Groouund control to major tom!!!!!
Oh shit, wrong musician.
This is Elton John, not Bowie. Y'all look & sound the same.
So, I guess 'Paramount Pictures' wants to cash in on the 'Bohemian Rhapsody' trend of making half-accurate biopics based on well renowned rockstars. I have no problems with Elton John, if I hear his songs I'm not going to blow my brains out or anything. It's just I don't listen to a lot of Elton John....I liked that crocodile song though. How did it go? I'm a crocodile & I neeeeeed krumpets! Weeeooo weeeoooo weeeoooo!
I don't know a lot of Elton John, other than the fact that he wears big shiny glasses & lost to a Pinball Wizard.
-MIB International = Does anyone care about 'Men in Black' anymore? Also, notice how they don't call it what I called the title? It's no longer Men in Black, now it's just the acronym because there's womens there! I bet you a penny that they're going to try to sell this as 'THE FIRST FEMALE IN MIB!', despite the fact that in the cartoon there was a female character & I have not yet traveled to the comic book shop to read those Malibu issues the film is based on so I'm unsure if there's a female on the comic.
You know what movie I'd kill to see, that fake parody in 'Dirty Work' where Norm Mc.Donald replaced the film reel with 'Men In Black Who Like To Have Sex Wtih Other Men'. I'd actually see that than this crap. It's not 1997 anymore so the charm is completely wiped out of that franchise. That sequel helped none, except the alien chick was smoking hot. Had a very older Famke Jansen look to her.
-Shaft = So they're going to remake the 2000's remake of Shaft.....Fine by me, that 2000 Shaft sucked. But here's the thing, they're rebooting it by bringing in a younger actor, but at the same time as a type of 'Passing on the torch' sort of deal you got Richard Roundtree (The original shaft) & Samuel L. Jackson being cast in this film. So is it a remake sequel set in this universe in between universes where both incarnations of Shaft exist? This is getting weird here, but I won't be surprised if they want to make a shared Blaxploitation universe. Last year we got the 'Superfly' remake, I won't be shocked if we get a 'Black Belt Jones' or a 'Black Sampson' remake. You know what? I'd be down for those movies getting remakes.
-Toy Story 4 = THE STORY ENDED IN 3! It ended when Andy gave away his toys to the little girl & passed the torch on to the little girl! I guess they want one last one because both Tim Allen & Tom Hanks have shared that this will be their last rodeo as both Buzz & Woody. They better be ending the franchise & not replacing them, because I can't hear Buzz or Woody by different people. Also joining the main cast is Annie Potts as 'Little Bo Peep'. For those of you uninitiated she played the secretary in those first two 'Ghostbusters' movies with those cartoonishly big glasses. Alot of female cosplayers have dressed up as her, but had no idea who Annie Potts is.
Still, I'm gonna watch that, despite the fact that I've been a little lazy with watching Pixar's recent output. I've yet to watch that dinosaur movie, Moana & 'Finding Dory'. I still need to get to 'Cars 3'.
Edgy shit, bro.
-Child's Play = I know there are horror fans that still buy into those VOD sequels that came out a few years ago, but at this point in the game does anyone still care? I loved the first Chucky film, the second one was tons of fun! That third one was terrible, I liked 'Bride of Chucky' until the focus shifted to the teen characters & I might be the only one who thought 'Seed of Chucky' was fun. I've yet to see the recent films, but this reboot.... So they're just doing away with the supernatural voodoo element & now the chucky doll is controlled by AI. Eh, makes sense, all you robot makers are following the Skynet motto. I do like the idea of an army of Chucky dolls terrorizing shoppers on Black Friday. Let's face it, the later Child's play movies got goofy, despite 'Bride....' being fun & the studios ended up wanting to repeat the same stories over & over again. This looks new, the new Chucky (Despite not seeing the doll on the teaser) is still going to be puppetry effects. I will watch it.
-Ford VS Ferrari = Easy question, Ferrari wins!
-The Other Side of Heaven 2: Fire or Faith = That sub title just makes this all the more funny. It sounds like the trailer is going to be this priest in a montage as he packs up his pouches full of bibles and holy water & a shotgun cruxafix. Then the whole thing ends with the priest putting a Jesus bandanna on his head & whispering “I kick ass for the lord.”
Check out the poster!
-Annabelle 3 = How is this still going? I think I've seen part of the second one on Cable one day & I had no interest in that one. All I remember was there was a doll floating around, the chubby woman from 'Community' was a witchcraft woman who was combatting the doll & she died. Where does the series go after 'The Conjuring' and where does 'The Nun' fit in all this? I just don't get it.
-Spiderman: Far From Home = After the huge hit that was 'Into The Spider-verse', does anyone really care about Peter Parker/Tom Holland? I have yet to see 'Homecoming', but how does this movie work if Peter got killed in that last Avengers movie? I told y'all the internet would tell me all there was to know about the Marvel movies without going to the theater. So looking at the cast list, Jake Gyllenhall will play Mysterio & for some reason Michael Keaton will play 'The Vulture'.
Wait up, Marissa Tomei as Aunt May? Biiiitttcccchhhhhhhh!!!! She's not that old! How dare you cast that gorgeous ass young lady as Aunt Mae. I'm not huge into Spider-Man, but I know well enough to say that Aunt Mae needs to be played by Helen Mirren or....Nope, scratch that, Mirren's libido will tell you she's not old enough to play Aunt Mae. Gaddamn you Hollywood! You & your age limits! In the 70's you had George Burns starring in movies because back in the day nobody cared about age! Sure, he acted as God in those 'Oh God' movies, but he was still working!
Bring back that original actress who played Aunt Mae in those Toby Maguire movies! Rosemary Harris is her name, bring her back. She could be like Marvel's version of Michael Gough who played Alfred in both the Burton Batman movies & the two Schumacher movies. No explanations, she's part of the recent marvel universe now, but I don't think it would be fair to take her out of retirement just to make her say stuff like “You're a good nephew, Peter.” Let her enjoy her retirement.
I don't care.
-Once Upon A Time in Hollywood = You know what, Fuck Tarantino! After the #metoo incident, I have lost respect for Tarantino. He knew what was going on & as a fucking lackey he decided not to tell anyone. Rebel filmmaker, yeah right. He knew what was going on & decided to keep it hush hush because he needed fucking clout to make his movies. Also, it's clear he's pulled a Seth Mc.Farlane on the audience who doesn't spend free time watching 70's movies. He pulls bits & pieces & even songs from other movies & puts them in his movies and the mainstream audience calls it 'Original' because they never seen the movies he's taking! That whistling from 'Kill Bill', there's a movie I'd like you to see called 'Twisted Nerve'. That one score that plays all throughout 'Jackie Brown', (though the same actress 'Pam Grier' appeared in both films so I might call this as more fanservice than ripping off) that song is from 'Coffy'. The list goes on & on & on & on.
I bet y'all a penny that he's going to take stuff from 'The Helter Skelter Murders' for this flick.
Yeah, I'm not as hyped about Tarantino as I used to be, but somehow I can still watch 'Pulp Fiction' and 'Reservoir Dogs' and even 'Jackie Brown' because those three films were filmed around my neck of the woods. If I ever move out of LA & decide to watch a Tarantino film, I'd get homesick just by watching that scene where Bruce Willis has to go back to his old apartment room. That looks like my neighborhood, it's trippy. Also the inside of Bruce Willis' apartment looks the same as my parent's apartment back in 1995 or 1997. It's trippy.
-Artemis Fowl = I was never big of a huge reader back in the early 2000's. My placement in ESL classes tells you everything you need to know. When I did read it was either for school or because something really grabbed me from my core. The intended literature targeted to kids ages 7 to 13 of that time didn't grab me & I can only blame my action film movie viewing for that. Looking back now I see kid's literature is much more mature than I thought. So I can't really say anything negative or positive about an Artemis Fowl movie. It's Disney, have they ever made a good movie based on a book.....IN RECENT YEARS?
I don't know, I'll leave it up to all of you 2000's bookworms. I got nothing.
-Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark = Oh man, despite what I said about not being motivated to read kids' books in grade school, these books were fucking mental! The art in these books gave me the heebus jeebus. If any movie would benefit from being set up as an anthology horror film, it's this one. Sadly they're going with one straight narrative plot about kids standing up against their fears.....bleh. Could it be any more generic? I will give them this, at least it's not another animated movie. The only reason to buy those books is to admire the art, the stories weren't cheesy like the 'Goosebumps' novels, but they weren't really scary in the same vein as reading a gory EC comic or watching a monster movie. The stories were more atmospheric, thus being improved by the eerie as hell art & are stories meant to be read over a campfie in the woods. I'm 25 (As I write this) and that art still fucks me up!
-Playmobil: The Movie = Aw tits to the motha fucking shit clit!!!! PLAYMOBILLLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
-Boss Level = You know what I thought this was going to be? A movie adaptation of those 'Mafia City' commercials everyone has seen on social media. You know what I'm talking about? Level 1 Criminal, Level 100 Boss. Dissapointed.
Nope, instead it's Mel Gibson trying to save his career by starring in 'Edge of Tommorow' but set in Vietnam! Oh, I'm sorry, I meant 'Live, Die, Repeat'. Retitling, it still happens somehow. Isn't he going to do the 'Passion of the Christ 2' this year? I swear, the scheduling of this is keeping me up at night. I really want to see how crazy he makes this second Jesus 'Saw' film. I wonder how controversial it will be now that we're in a much bigger social media world, especially when now we got a more 'liberal' pope in the Vatican.
-Angry Birds 2 = 2013 called, they want their one note mobile game back! After all those incarnations like 'Angry Birds Star Wars' and 'Angry Birds (-Insert licenced/ marketable property here-)', are kids still into this? When are we going to get a 'Flappy Bird' movie?
-It: Chapter 2 = I'm hoping the adult segment of this story is much better in this remake than it is in that original 1990 mini-series. One of the biggest complaints of that original mini-series is that the adult segments don't work at all. Poorly written, poorly executed, & tons of plotholes. Despite that, the funniest scene in that awful 2nd part was when Pennywise helps the bully kid escape the mental ward & Pennywise's head turns into a dog's head. That is one of thee funniest moments in that part! The kids had their own corny Stephen King moments, like the scene when the girl's dad is abusive, the fat kid being treated like crap by their hosts, but it still felt like Stephen King. The second part felt like Steven King slept on the wheel & the only person who steered the car was a writer from 'Murder, She Wrote'.
While I have yet to catch that first film, I have hope that this one won't screw it up.
-Spies In Disguise = You know, when I caught the first part of that trailer I had high hopes. I thought we were going to get a animated spy movie in the tone of stuff like 'The Iron Giant' or 'The Incredibles'. I was expecting a new Brad Bird movie where they're kids movies, but they have enough mature storytelling & mature characters dealing with fun but not as serious subject matters that don't make it too dark or don't sugarcoat it too much for a child to understand. This film just said “Fuck your intelligence & need for more mature kid's animation! This is going to be a straight up atypical animated movie with a derpy faced bird.” What is up with modern cartoons & derpy birds? There's a derpy bird in that 'Paw Patrol' show, there's a derpy bird in 'Moana'. I blame 'Up', that big derpy dodo.....Yeah I watch 'Paw Patrol' & no I don't have any children! I need a life.
So apparently derp birds sell tickets.
-The Kitchen = Apparently it's based on a DC Vertigo comic book. I'll be honest, Vertigo hasn't been cool in a few years. They're playing their properties too safe in my opinion. You look at those Vertigo comics from the 90's & even the early 2000's, they were playing with fire by having comics deal in much more darker or downright edgy material. Comics like 'Transmetropolitan' and even weird esoteric comics like J.M de Matteis' 'Mercy' were pushing the boudndaries of storytelling, especially Transmentropolitan (There was an issue where Spider Jerusalem interviewed child prostitutes). So I guess I'll give the comic version of 'The Kitchen' a chance. Then again this isn't the first time Warner Bros dipped their hands in live action DC Vertigo comics. 'The Loosers' and 'Jonah Hex' were made into live action movies, then there was not blonde 'Constantine' from 2005 or 04 around there. I've been told by fans of the comic that the flick isn't that bad. I want to check that out.
-Joker = I actually have high hopes for this movie. I saw the behind the scenes video of this film & it shows that Todd Philips wants to make a throwback movie featuring 'The Joker'. But here's my problem, they want to wrap in other Batman characters into his origin. They want to pull a 'Gotham' where they shove in a young Bruce Wayne into the plot of these villains because of this unnecessary need of having someone 'to route for'. You can make a movie full of criminals, it still sells! Also I will say 'Todd Phillips' is not a good director. I still dig 'Old School', but lets face it his 'Hangover' movies aged pretty badly.
I'm giving him a final chance, because I did like 'The Hangover' back in 2009. Then again I was a stupid teenager back then. So if this film sucks, bye bye Phillips!
-Are You Afraid of the Dark = I didn't grow up with this one, seeing as I didn't have cable TV in those times. I will say from what I've seen about this show recently, it's still pretty fucking scary stuff! Goosebumps is for pussies, AYAOTD is for real horror kidz! Google the pool monster from that show.
Apparently this film will be darker & more remorseless than the TV show & though no details are available, this might be an anthology film. We'll see.
Hopefully it isn't restricted to being a TV movie or with the current 'Loud House' movie being made for Netflix. Yeah, that's getting a movie.
-Nigerian Prince = If you want to read my thoughts on this movie, send me money to my paypal. I need $100.000 to go back to my kingdom & I promise you I will send you double that money. Please & if you're a big butt goth girl, marry me! I'll give you my castle in Nigeria.
-Terminator 6 = After 'Terminator: Genysis', I have no hope for that franchise anymore. They totally screwed up the future war with their bullshit, fast paced CGI & idiotic details like making everything too streamlined & having terminator robots drive trucks. The fuck was that all about? I just saw those scenes & decided “I'm not doing this anymore.” Also Jai Courtney can't act.
So I can't say anything good about this new one, other than “Dayum, Linda Hamilton is looking good.”
-Sonic The Hedgehog = Ohhhhhhh dear.
Though we haven't seen any pictures or footage of how this Sonic looks like, people are shitting a brick over the poster which shows a POV shot of Sonic's legs on top of the Golden Gate bridge. Where's that one kid? You know who I'm talking about, dude's obsessed with Sonic, not Chris Chan. The other one with glasses & curly hair, where he at? What's his thoughts on this?
All I gotta say is there has never been a good movie using the template of cartoonishly made CGI character interacting with live action actors/actresses. Anyone remember that shitty 'Yogi Bear' movie? That exists along with that horrible Brazillian 'Woody Woodpekcer' movie.
What can I say, it's gonna suck so bad, 'Sonic 06' will be elevated to this masterwork of gaming excellence.
-Charlies Angels = A reboot! Now, I'll admit that first Charlie's Angels film was fun. That sequel, on the other hand, was a pile of poodiddle!!!! I ran out of cuss word points. Now before I get shit (Still got one in me) on the face, I enjoy strong, realistic & much more grounded female characters in action films. With that said, I miss the days when we had uber erotic & uber sexy female action heroines. Once a filmmaker or hell, even comic book artist decides to make uber sexy females, it's all “You're demeaning women! Blah blah blah!” Oh my god, the actresses chose to work on those kinds of roles. It's one thing if they were pressured into a role they had no interest in. But at the end of the day when a woman gets topless on film, I'm sure she knew she was going to be topless on screen! Aside from Mirren, all these young ladies got no nudity clauses now. CGI boobies is terrible, go watch 'Machete'. That ain't Jessica Alba's real boobies & it shows. If the director tells someone last minute about a nude scene, then of course that's bad. That's just the director being a fucking asshole.
I bet you the rest of my pennies that this movie will lack boobies & skimpy outfits, but I understand. The female audience want a Charlies Angels they can fully accept, but what makes you think this newer reboot will work? Kristen Stewart is headlining this shit. That 1999 film had lots of charisma & character behind the roles. I loved the fact that Lucy Liu was like a love lorn teenager, Drew Berrymore was the tomboy of the group & Cameron Diaz just loved to dance. What's Kirsten Stewart going to do, stand by as two ugly men fight over her? Get real.
Anyone beside me remember that time 'ABC' tried to reboot Charlies Angels in 2011 & failed miserably? I vaguely remembered that, but I distinctly remember it being earlier than 2011. I thought it was 2008 or 2009
-Frozen 2: Oh great, more of that bitch ass snowman. As an insult Disney should put an over long, boring 'Coco' short before this movie.
Honest question here, who was asking for a sequel? This film is the 'Avatar' of Disney princess movies. The movie comes out, it's a big hit, it makes money, audiences were tantalized by this fictional world & out of nowhere the spell breaks & we notice the movie isn't all that memorable & it has plenty of flaws.
Yes, I used to be an 'Avatar' apologist, but now I'm not. Call Passages Malibu.
-A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood = Fuck! I'm actually wanting to see this, despite what I said about docudramas/biopics. Tom Hanks as Fred Rogers is perfect, if not inspired casting. We already have a documentary 'Won't You Be My Neighbor', so of course Hollywood wants in on that money so they greenlit this film. I'm game!
-Cats = Remember that musical 'Cats' with all those people dressed up as cats? Yup, they're making a movie out of that shit! I don't know what to say other than “STAY AWAY FROM MY PRIVATE DOMICILE!”
Those stage parents dressed as cats creep me the fuck out. I remember being exposed to them when watching an episode of 'Mister Rogers Neighborhood' (Or maybe it was Reading Rainbow) when those actors/actresses were interviewed. Shit fucked me up, but I'm pretty sure that turned many a child into furries. Serious question, that Broadway show is still selling tickets? I had no idea, it's all just weird in my view. So turns out there's enough of an audience for Hollywood to decide to turn that into a movie. I don't know, this seems like something that would of worked in 1991. When it comes to theater geeks, their go-to stage plays that are still popular as hell are 'Rent' (Despite the low ratings from that atrocious FOX broadcast), 'The Wiz' (Despite that terrible 70's Diana Ross movie), 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' (Hey, it's spoke to the nation's gay community. Still relelvant), and finally 'Avenue Q' (Despite the fact that it's all puppets & they tell me 'Vaping isn't safe than smoking').
Cats is one I don't hear any of the stage geeks talk about as much. Is this a post apocalyptic story where cat people take over the earth & Natassja Kinski sleeps with everyone, even her directors? I'd actually see it if it's that exploitative. Now I just want to watch 'Cat People'.
-Little Women = Now this one is a different 'Little Women' than the one from last year. Last year's version was handled by the people at 'Pure Flix'. This one is being handled by 'Sony Pictures' and it will star Meryl Streep & Emma Watson. I could make a joke about them making a version full of men, but that joke got old too fast so I should come up with something funny.
Oh I got it! I'd kill for a version of this film starring midgets & the tagline should say “If you're a fan of the circus, you'll love this film!”
Ok, that was mean. If little people associations & Warwick Davis don't come after me, we're all good. Y'all don't get easily offended & we joke because we care. You're our friends now & you get carte blanch to make fun of me with equally offensive jokes.
And now, last but not least....
-Star Wars IX = Not much info stated here but....oh lordy lordy lawd! 'The Last Jedi' left a bad taste in people's mouths & I wanted no part of that. Still have not seen it, but do I really want to? I hear Carrie Fisher becomes space Jesus. Don't know what that's about, but it sounds silly.
I give up on new Star Wars, I'm only hyped for original trilogy stuff. I can't even get into the new Lego Star Wars cartoon that airs on Disney XD because it's following in on the continuity of the new cannon. It looks like J.J Abrams is coming back, how much damage control is he going to take on in this sequel? Turns out J.J wanted to dispense secrets & plotlines throughout this newer trilogy, but Disney straight up wanted family movies, completely void of any heart, mystery or creativity.
All I have to say is I am burnt out by Star Wars, I am stepping aside & letting all of you weebs bicker or praise these new movies, comics, TV shows & whatever Disney throws at you. I am retired from Star Wars. I'll be busy reading those Star Wars novels I bought a few months ago.
Since we are at the end of a decade, I will say this decade of movies is not the greatest (That title goes to the 80's), I will say it's better than the 2000's. Oh I've got an idea for doing a Blogbabble entry on 2000's movies & I'll say most of the titles from that decade weren't all that great.
At least this decade had an equal mix of good & bad. We've gotten a little bit more subversive & weird with movies like 'It Follows' and to an extent movies like 'Nightcrawler'. Though the comedy genre hasn't improved since the mid 2000's & are still dealing with the after effects of gross out humor, I will say Action movies have grown out of their middle school awkwardness of the 2000's. No longer do we get trailers for action movies that use that 'Here comes the boom' or worse, 'Let the bodies hit the floor' song in their marketing & no longer do we deal with the 'Nu Metal' action hero. Though something like 'Riddick' was a great mix of both the modern anti-hero & the pulp hero, that decade also brought us James Bond surfing on a tidal wave in terrible CGI. Though it took a while to get over excessive CGI & shaky camera, movies like 'John Wick' and despite the critical panning of Zack Snyder's recent output, he knows how to keep the camera still during a fight. Hopefully this next decade we will get much more subversive, more smarter & at least more original takes on cliched ideas. Wishful thinking.
So this year we've got a lot of catching up on previous films. Like any other year we got sequels, but it seems like this year (more than any other year) it's all catching up. I can't cry unoriginality because at this point I am sounding like a broken record. So what I want from all of you guys is to Email me on my Email address or send me a tweet or DM on Twitter asking if you want me to continue this series or not. I feel like a this point I am sounding like a broken record. Then again I feel next year, 2020 (Le future) we might get much more interesting movies to talk about. Rereading this I feel I've gotten better at commentary, but at the same time I feel I might run into a repetitive ditch. So I'm leaving this up to all of you guys, the readers. Shall I continue, or shall I end this?
Here's the overview:
Hyped: John Wick 3, Captive State, Climax, Greta and finally Gilliam's 'The Man Who Killed Don Quixote'.
Avoid: Detective Pikachu, La Llorona movie, What Men Want, and of course that fucking trick Mexican remake of a fucking Spanish/Italian movie!!!!!
So to everyone, have a great 2019. To all of us dealing with serious bullshit, let us hope this year gets better for all of us. Dear god, all we need is that positivity juice. This blog, this site & my writing are very much keeping me from choking random people at work. And to my very niche audience, I thank you for reading my content.
THANK YOU & GOOD VIBES TO Y'ALL.
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