Halloween (2018)

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so this is getting pretty rave reactions

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Nomis wrote:
September 9th, 2018, 9:40 am
so this is getting pretty rave reactions
I saw that, I’m actually blown away by them.

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This is kinda unsurprising given Green's overall nous as a filmmaker

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Holy shit, $33 million on Friday?!

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I'm quite fine with the fact that I've only seen the original film lol considering that they ignore everything that came after it.

Looking forward to this

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Might try and rewatch every entry before this. 🕷️

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Really robustly made. Lots of clever uses of camera, a few very nicely done one-take kills. Self reflexive to a fault, perhaps, but after TFA and Creed what else is new. Doesn't reinvent the wheel though it doesn't try to. Curtis is amazing. (B)


-Vader

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Vader182 wrote:
October 22nd, 2018, 1:43 pm
Really robustly made. Lots of clever uses of camera, a few very nicely done one-take kills. Self reflexive to a fault, perhaps, but after TFA and Creed what else is new. Doesn't reinvent the wheel though it doesn't try to. Curtis is amazing. (B)


-Vader
It’s amazing how versatile David Gordon Green is.

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It was decent. Finale was more than decent. That's about it

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It's lean and well made, but my god is it unmemorable. I thought we had something interesting in the first act, and then it just... goes nowhere really.

6/10? idk

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