Holy Hell - Rating: C-
This is a documentary about a man who left a cult. Normally that is right up my alley, and this one is different because he has a lot of footage of his time during said events, but it just wasn't as fascinating and cohesive as it could've been.
Woodshock - Rating: F
I love Kirsten Dunst, and that's why I chose this film. Within the first two minutes or so, my husband goes "I really hope this isn't a movie where she just walks around and stairs at trees the entire time." ...............It was. I didn't finish this, even though I only had probably 20 more minutes of it left. It was bad.
Loving Vincent - Rating: B-
This film is clever. I love the oil painting style animation. I never quite expected to watch a film about a man delivering Van Gogh's last letter, but it works.
The Most Hated Woman in America - Rating: C
I remember reading a review of this a while ago that was fairly favorable. The cast is nice, Melissa Leo, Juno Temple, and Vincent Kartheiser. It follows the life of Madalyn Murray O'Hair, the woman who founded American Atheists, and her eventual murder. It was just okay. I felt like there wasn't a lot of direction given, and the wigs they had on these people were truly atrocious.
When We First Met - Rating: C
I like Adam Devine and Alexandra Daddarrio, this was an amusing enough comedy but it was very basic. If anything, Devine got to show a bit of range.
Mom and Dad - Rating: C
This film is about a virus that breaks out causing parents to try to murder their children. This one stars Nicolas Cage in all his crazy glory. I actually expected it to be a bit crazier. It's a clever story, but you really have to suspend disbelief with the kids here. Especially when they lock themselves in a basement and don't even try to climb out the window. Still, that aside, this film was pretty fun.
Lemon - Rating: D
You know, I like a good mumblecore movie every now and then but this was a mess. The lead character was such a dirtbag I didn't even want to follow him around. I felt like poor Judy Greer was doing all of the heavy lifting.
Suburbicon - Rating: F
I can only describe this movie, or what I saw of it because I also did not finish this in gif form: