Hellraiser Judgment. The question on everyone's mind is "Is It Any Good?" Featuring Paul T. Taylor as Pinhead. Well, here's my complete first viewing, with all my reactions and a review at the end!
No matter what Aronofsky touches, it is a polarizing experience. mother! is no exception. And here’s my best advice – go in as clean as you can. I’m going to talk broadly about it before the credits, but if you have any interest, stop now and I’ll be here when you get back.
mother! follows the suitably named “Mother” played by Jennifer Lawrence as she works on restoring the house of her lover, Him, played by the amazing Javier Bardem. I guess the best way to sum this up is IMDB’s misleading but apt description:
“A couple’s relationship is tested when uninvited guests arrive at their home, disrupting their tranquil existence.”
Welcome to Dubious Consumption. We're here today to talk about Stephen King's It 2017, both a non-spoiler and a full spoiler review. Bill Skarsgard as Pennywise is mesmerizing, although it's weird to have the physical presence there but the personality missing.
And here's my second video in my Analysis series. This could also be titled "Where It Went Wrong." Daybreakers is one of those special cases where it could lose you over and over again, but somehow manages to drag you through this insane vampiric dystopia.
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I've been wanting to work on this for months. Early last year, I was introduced to Lindsay Ellis, which then tripped me over to Kyle Kallgren's Brows Held High, as well as NerdWriter1, Wisecrack, KaptainKristian, along with many others. However, the original for me will always be Rob Ager's Collative Learning.
That all being said, you can easily see my influences written on my sleeve. There's plenty more where these came from, but hopefully you guys will be able to give me an idea of where to go with these. What works and what doesn't.
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