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Stretching the definition of "mystery", Full of Questions looks at the first feature film from director Darren Aronofsky (Requiem for a Dream, Black Swan, The Fountain). In a complex plot involving a lot of shaky-cam and hip-hop montages, Max Cohen (Sean Gulette) works to discover a number and uncover the truth about why the people he encounters would kill to get it.
Seizure Warning: A note from the reviewer: I know about the audio problems and am still working on fixing them for future videos.
“Insomnia isn’t perhaps the movie many hoped for following Memento; It’s a pretty low-key, minor effort compared to the complex, large-scale films Nolan would go on to make.”Fifty Shades of Grey, BDSM, and the unreliable narrator
“Maybe this whole series is really Ana lying to the reader as a means of coping with what’s actually an abusive relationship.”Ready Player One (2011)
“Set in the not-so-distant future of 2044, the plot follows 18-year-old Wade Watts AKA Parzival, as he spends his days hunting for an Easter egg in his favorite video game. Sounds kind of uneventful, doesn’t it? Or at least, it sounds like my Saturday afternoons, and therefore not exactly novel-worthy material, but the book is surprisingly awesome and realistic.”Why long-awaited sequels are never that good
“If you’ve been waiting decades for the return of your favorite franchises, there’s a good chance you’ll be pleased by what’s coming in the next few years. But there’s a much better chance you won’t, because it’s all going to be terrible.”
The Bay-ification of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)
“This film bears all the hallmarks of a perfectly serviceable ‘toon franchise being bled of all its charm by the same man still milking the Transformers for all they’re worth.”Gone Girl (2014)
“The sequence where the big twist is revealed is worth the price of admission all on its own.”
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