Movie reviews of Vincent Leo

These are all the movies and series that Vincent has reviewed. Read more at: Qwipster's Movie Reviews.

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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

8.3

As a gripping drama, it might be too much of a shaggy-dog story to proclaim the film one of Tarantino’s best, but as a pop-culture pastiche featuring solid performances and a handful of truly ingenious, provocative scenes, OUATIH shows why his legion of fans are willing to overlook the filmmaker’s self-gratification.

28 july

28 jul

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Fast Color

5.8

It is a bit of an oddity and not wholly successful as entertainment, but despite its small-scale, downbeat delivery, it offers something to mull over when it’s over.

19 july

19 jul

Poster for Shaft

Shaft

6.7

Lovers of action-comedies, especially ones that explore jokes about the cultural divides and attitudes among various generations of men, will likely find enough laughs and decent action to sate their quest for entertainment in a modest fashion.

15 july

15 jul

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Near Dark

10

Horror junkies are probably already familiar, but for those who typically ignore that section of cinema, Near Dark proves worth going out of your comfort zone to experience.

15 july

15 jul

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Spider-Man: Far from Home

7.5

Taken as a young adult romp in a superhero universe, it gets a passing grade for entertaining an audience that likely loves the superhero films but rarely can find one that will appeal directly to them on their level.

4 july

4 jul

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The Dead Don't Die

5.8

Jarmusch seems to be having fun tinkering with a new genre, but it’s also a kind of narrative there’s been no shortage of explorations into in recent years, leaving The Dead Don’t Die feeling like its lived beyond its need to exist.

25 june

25 jun

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Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

6.7

Set design, cinematography, and stellar stunt work are the only aspects of this loopy and semi-comedic film I’d consider to be above average. Unfortunately, the overstuffed and sometimes non-intelligible story, scant characterizations, and plenty of spotty acting mar the movie.

24 june

24 jun

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Mad Max 2

10

It might be built on a thin comic book premise, but for all-out action movie fans, it doesn’t get much more thrilling and exhilarating than this.

22 june

22 jun

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I Am Mother

8.3

I Am Mother pushes this question to the limit with an answer that is both thoughtfully philosophical and shockingly terrifying to consider.

20 june

20 jun

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Men in Black: International

5.8

Given the fact that this is a film series that literally could do anything or go anywhere in the universe in order to find new and interesting stories to tell, it’s a disappointment to see it go through most of the same motions we went through the first time around with this franchise.

15 june

15 jun

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Dark Phoenix

5.8

All in all, there’s enough here to recommend for those fans who’ve stuck with the series this far, but it certainly isn’t the kind of film that will likely bring back those who’ve given up on the series since the departure of the original cast, and definitely isn’t going to gain new converts.

12 june

12 jun

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Godzilla: King of the Monsters

3.3

While the sound and visual effects work are certainly commendable, it’s just not enough to get us to care one whit about anyone or anything that we witness on the screen.

10 june

10 jun

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Mad Max

7.5

The story is fairly simple, but it does arrest the attention during the conflicts because of the way Miller subverts formula thriller elements, prolonging the conflicts into the next scene, then the next, and even calling back to previous ones.

10 june

10 jun

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Always Be My Maybe

8.3

With wit, charisma, and a few unexpected comedic turns, Always Be My Maybe successfully avoids sinking in the morass of rom-com tropes thanks to a game cast, clever writing, and some funny (and catchy) original Bay Area-style rap songs in the mix.

1 june

1 jun

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Booksmart

9.1

Bold, brash, intelligent, confident, unapologetic, offbeat and full of interesting things to say.

27 may

27 may

Poster for Akira

Akira

10

It looks and feels like an epic film, with giant explosions, heightened expressions, and plenty of technological prowess on display.

26 may

26 may

Poster for John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum

John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum

5

At this point, it’s inevitable they will continue to churn out these films completely based on a formula as long as audiences keep flocking to them.

19 may

19 may

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The Professor

5.8

The Professor plays a great deal like the embodiment of my own college professors: learned and sometimes able to fascinate, yet unapproachable and full of unappealing self-importance.

18 may

18 may

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Blade Runner

10

Breathtaking visual effects highlight this gorgeous and thought-provoking futuristic film noir tale, with an amazing score by Vangelis.

17 may

17 may

Poster for Wine Country

Wine Country

6.7

Sure it’s a little messy, and more than a bit slack, but organically so. Just try to see the story as resulting in a few “thematic diamonds” that have resulted from the film-making process.

12 may

12 may

Poster for Trancers

Trancers

8.3

Many consider Trancers to be the best film that Charles Band would ever direct, and it has a relatively small but loyal following that finds it infinitely rewatchable for a short but very entertaining goofy b-movie fix.

8 may

8 may

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Long Shot

10

It’s smart, it’s funny, and even with a length encroaching beyond the two-hour mark, its pacing doesn’t encumber the film with prolonged lulls.

6 may

6 may

Poster for Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

5.8

With lackluster direction and without a hook to keep us reeled into the film beyond the performances, it’s a real missed opportunity to make for a gripping or thoughtful peek into a world few would ever experience in their lifetimes.

5 may

5 may

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Terminator 2: Judgment Day

10

It’s one of the best sequels ever made, building upon the first film without complete recreation, giving us more of what we want, a great deal we don’t expect, and building up to a powerhouse ending that actually delivers.

4 may

4 may

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