#36 Film in 2020: The Trial of the Chicago 7

https://youtu.be/FVb6EdKDBfU 8/10 My 3rd most anticipated film of 2020, “The Trial of the Chicago 7” is writer/director Aaron Sorkin’s follow up to the best film of 2017, “Molly’s Game”, which I gave the rare 10/10 rating to, hence my excitement for this film. While this film isn’t as strong as its predecessor, this is still … Continue reading #36 Film in 2020: The Trial of the Chicago 7

#34 Film in 2020: Bill & Ted Face the Music

https://youtu.be/1gPGeAYo3yU 5/10 I had never seen the original two Bill & Ted movies before this third installment was announced so before viewing this I went back and watched the originals. Definitely a product of their time and probably more enjoyable for people who grew up watching them, I found them to be pretty moronic, one … Continue reading #34 Film in 2020: Bill & Ted Face the Music

#33 Film in 2020: The Personal History of David Copperfield

https://youtu.be/xXh53I-Sdsk 4/10 An oddball movie going experience, “The Personal History of David Copperfield” is indeed personal, but also not particularly enjoyable. Sure, there are several winning elements to admire which I will get into but I found myself just waiting for the movie to end so I could go watch something else. As for what … Continue reading #33 Film in 2020: The Personal History of David Copperfield

#32 Film in 2020: Words on Bathroom Walls

https://youtu.be/4E1-RnpOe8Q 8/10 Like several of the films released into newly opened theaters, “Words on Bathroom Walls” is another film I was unaware of until I looked at showtimes to figure out what new films I could go watch. Thankfully, I was pleasantly surprised that this ended up being a pretty great film. In recent years … Continue reading #32 Film in 2020: Words on Bathroom Walls

#30 Film in 2020: Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula

https://youtu.be/SbP8_9iNwdA 6.5/10 “Train to Busan” came out in 2016 and became the highest grossing Korean movie in Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia while simultaneously getting nominated for many Asian cinematic awards. Upon watching it recently, I found it to be very generic and overrated for all of the acclaim it received, but there were some … Continue reading #30 Film in 2020: Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula