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Fighting itself
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Fighting itself

Batman V Superman is not a good movie. Is it Green Lantern bad? No, because to Snyder's and his teams credit, they have some business making a superhero movie. But not being as bad one of arguably the worst major motion pictures in 20 years isn't a hard hurdle. No, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice (inappropriate title for most of the movie) is bad because it's Snyder, Goyer, Terrio, DC and WB at their worst as artists and a business. BvS is a HOT mess stemming from trying to play catch up to Marvel, while also trying to be some supposed opposite it, which is apparently the opposite of good.

A Bloody Mess
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A Bloody Mess

Spectre is not a good movie. In fact it is a bad movie. In fact it may be one of the worst 007 movies. Yes worse than Moonraker and Die Another Day, And Quantum of Solace. At least those movies were goofy enough where the bad at least had breaks of pure unintentional hilarity. This movie doesn't even have that. This movie doesn't have much of anything beside a bloated run time (2.5 damn hours) and a "twist" that will piss you off because the pure level of asinine writing it took to write it.

A Story With Ghosts in It
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A Story With Ghosts in It

Yeeeeeahhhh.....this movie ain't for everyone. That's not to say it's bad, but just know if you became a fan of Del Toro from Hellboy, Pacific Rim, or The Strain, you're probably gonna leave a little disappointed. Crimson Peak is a movie about Edith Cushing ( played by Mia Wasikowska of Stoker, and In Treatment)a well to do young woman living in late 19th who aspires to be a writer....oh and she can see ghosts. Due to various circumstances she ends up married to Thomas Sharp (Tomas Hiddleston), a baronet falling on hard times, and living at his Family home 'Crimson Peak' with his sister Lucile (Jessica Chastain) and shit goes down.

Carol: Simply Beautiful
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Carol: Simply Beautiful

Carol, for all intensive purposes, isn't a movie that's trying to do much. This is Director Todd Hayne's 6th feature length film and arguably his most grounded film, but I'll be damned if it isn't one of his best.