Armie Hammer

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Dec 14 2017

Call Me By Your Name

What drew me in to Call Me By Your Name is the simplicity of its storytelling. It’s a dynamic look at a young man suddenly thrust out of his comfort zone and forced to confront his own budding emotions and sexuality. Thankfully, James Ivory’s script doesn’t make us roll our eyes with forced melodrama and […]
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Jun 15 2017

Cars 3

Not gonna lie: Cars 3 caught me off-guard with how unexpectedly touching some parts of it could be. But in that same not-gonna-lie vein, it’s almost a total rehash of the first film, from the opening “Speed… I am speed” mantra recital to the final race. However, after watching the reprehensible Cars 2 – a […]
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Aug 11 2015

The Man From U.N.C.L.E

There are several things I like about Guy Ritchie’s films. He never passes up the chance to tell a story in funky, refreshing ways; his use of soundtrack music is impeccable, second only to Quentin Tarantino; the characters which populate his worlds are boundlessly interesting, with their exaggerations used to often hilarious extent; and his […]
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Jul 4 2013

The Lone Ranger

My dad was really looking forward to seeing “The Lone Ranger” because he’s nostalgic for the days when he used to listen to the radio serial. Boy, is he going to be disappointed with this movie. By the time the “William Tell Overture” is trumpeted in the final act (I’ll at least give away that […]
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