Tag Archives: Willem Dafoe

Norton’s ‘Motherless Brooklyn’ a crass excuse to play Tourette’s, also an evocative and rewarding film

5/10 Motherless Brooklyn feels less like a movie and more like Edward Norton and his pals playing dress-up, and that’s not the worst concept for a movie I’ve ever heard of. New York City, 1957- Lionel Essrog (Norton, who also … Continue reading

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‘The Lighthouse’ is definitely a movie

9/10 A few weeks after Joker brought the “we live in a society” meme to incredibly vivid life, Robert Eggers and A24 one-upped it by bringing the mad munchkin viral video to theaters in The Lighthouse, which sees Robert Pattinson … Continue reading

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‘Orient Express’ is awf- no, it’s not awful, I just didn’t enjoy it

minus infinity/10 Murder on the Orient Express is a boring, dull, awful movie and I hated every minute of it. That’s not fair. Let’s start over- 4/10 Murder on the Orient Express is a decent but forgettable movie with a … Continue reading

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‘Great Wall’ like any other blockbuster

3/10 Advertising for The Great Wall centered on one question — “What were they trying to keep out?” The Mongols. They were trying to keep out the Mongols. In the 11th century, European mercenary William Garin (Matt Damon) has crossed … Continue reading

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