Love, Simon Deserved More Love

Love, Simon

Love, Simon

Directed by: Greg Berlanti

Grade: B+

Love, Simon is based on Becky Albertalli’s book Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda which was one I really enjoyed a couple of years back now. I didn’t catch this in the theater either and it didn’t seem to get a lot of attention outside the book community perhaps which is really a shame.

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Ant-Man, the Wasp & the Super Rude People

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Ant-Man and the Wasp

Directed By: Peyton Reed

Grade: B

So I saw Ant-Man on the Wasp last week. We actually went on Thursday night which is very rare. Then I came home and wrote what turned into a long rant not about the movie but about rude people in theaters and how they had come close to ruining the experience for me.

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Not My Kind of Hotel

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The Grand Budapest Hotel

Directed By: Wes Anderson

Grade: D

For me the entire purpose of doing the Blind Spot series was to watch movies I wouldn’t otherwise. Films I had been interested in one way or another but would put off, push to the background and not bother with while watching the latest blockbuster. Mostly I’ve been happy with the films- even if I have issues with some.

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What’s Your Threshold for a Trope?

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Directed By: Leigh Whannell

Grade: B

After a mugging a badly injured Grey Trace (Logan Marshall-Green) agrees to take part in a top secret experiment and is implanted with a widget that is essentially like artificial intelligence. In Grey’s case it’s supposed to help him live a full life after his injuries what it actually does is much, more more than that.

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