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Brian Anonymous

I have tons of opinions that change constantly. I watch a lot of movies and play video games.

How does it work?
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published 10 days ago
    My Review of "Richard Jewell"

    My Review of "Richard Jewell"

    Richard Jewell is a movie that doesn't look that interesting on paper. The thing is if you start watching it, you can't turn away. So many terrible unavoidable happen in this movie but you understand why they happen. In fact, the main character drove me nuts in this movie but I was still able to sympathize with him.
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published 10 days ago
    My Review of "NBA 2k20"

    My Review of "NBA 2k20"

    NBA 2k20 was a highly anticipated game because I loved NBA 2k19. Admittedly I only really played the career mode of the game. I'm also basing this whole review off of the career mode of 2k20 as well. I have played quick games and generally they're very similar and I didn't find too many differences but then again I'm a casual gamer. As a casual gamer 2k19 made more sense than 2k20.
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published 12 days ago
    My Review of "Captain Fantastic"

    My Review of "Captain Fantastic"

    Captain Fantastic came out back in 2016 and I never really wanted to watch it because I knew people that were very anti-establishment and sometimes they drove me nuts. There's an air of truth to what they preach but I was instantly reminded of their stubborn points of views. Knowing this, I didn't think it would be that interesting of a movie. I was horribly wrong. This movie is pretty amazing and I'll get to why it was.
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published 12 days ago
    My Review of "Blood Quantum"

    My Review of "Blood Quantum"

    Blood Quantum is a Canadian movie that came out back in 2019. It's a shame that it didn't get too much press because this movie has a lot to say. Much of the nuances of the different messages can only be understood when you realize that the movie comes from an indigenous perspective. The circumstances of the pandemic is also a disguised discussion of colonization of indigenous people and their land.
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published 13 days ago
    My Review of "The Babysitter: Killer Queen"

    My Review of "The Babysitter: Killer Queen"

    The Babysitter: Killer Queen is a sequel that I didn't think they'd come out with. The watched the first Babysitter movie back in 2017 when it first came out. I have to admit that I liked that movie because of the wacky comedy. There were few horror elements and felt a little angst-y. Being a teen movie I understood where they were going with that movie. This sequel is that movie dialed to 11. They were even wackier this time to the point of parody.
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published 14 days ago
    My Review of "#Saraitda aka #Alive"

    My Review of "#Saraitda aka #Alive"

    #Saraitda aka #Alive is a movie that came out of nowhere on Netflix. It's kind of perfect timing for such a movie to come out too. It's basically a zombie horror movie that's implements elements of modern realities. In a way it's kind of confusing as to categorize this movie. It's got elements of comedy, drama, romance and horror. There's something for everyone in this movie but not focusing on something specifically to say that it is catered toward a certain demographic.