Category Tyler Reviews

Tyler Reviews – Wes Anderson Hasn’t Even Reached His Final Form: The Visual and Narrative Banquet of The French Dispatch

Bill Murray, in his now ninth role in Wes Anderson’s 30+ year filmography, plays Arthur Howitzer Jr, the editor of The French Dispatch magazine who rarely actually edits or cuts down any of his writer’s work. This seems to be… Continue Reading →

Halloween Kills: A Post Pandemic Response to the Slasher Genre?

Okay, clickbait title aside, obviously Halloween Kills was made pre COVID and was pushed back a year because of the pandemic, but hear me out. There’s a scene in a hospital where an angry mob forms, tired of their fellow… Continue Reading →

Tyler Reviews: Hangover III: The Film That Created the New Todd Phillips and Ushered in Joker

After Joker was hailed as some kind of masterpiece (it’s not), I was interested in revisiting Todd Phillips least loved movie, his third entry in the Hangover “franchise.” This baffling studio “comedy” serves as the connective tissue between movies like… Continue Reading →

Tyler Reviews: Space Jam: A New Legacy

Well, here it is. You all asked for it. I felt sick leaving this movie and quickly gave it a one star review on Letterboxd with an Arrested Development quote as my only review: “I don’t know what I expected.”Against… Continue Reading →

Tyler Reviews: Midway (2019, Directed by Roland Emmerich)

The film was directed by the disaster schlock master of the 1990s, Rolland Emerich and was his retelling of the turning point of World War II, the Battle of Midway. Now, right away an action schlock director helming a serious… Continue Reading →

Tyler Reviews: Shiva Baby (2020, Directed by Emma Seligman)

The film was directed by Emma Seligman, based on her short film of the same name. At a Jewish funeral service with her extended family, college student Danielle runs into her sugar daddy, his family and her ex-lover. Danielle’s fatal… Continue Reading →

Tyler Reviews: Mulan (2020, Directed by Niki Caro)

I’m not sure why this was the live action remake that everyone turned on, but it’s about damn time. Outside of Pete’s Dragon and Christopher Robin (which both did drastically different and creative things while still remaining loving and faithful… Continue Reading →

Tyler Reviews: The Three Stooges (2012, Directed by Peter and Bobby Farrelly)

One of the most frustrating movies ever made. The Farrelly brothers clearly adore the source material, as they’ve been trying to get this thing made for the better part of the decade, and it shows. The three leads are a… Continue Reading →

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