8,5/10 … Season 3 was just released and I couldn’t wait to watch it as soon as possible. I went out and bought some steakes and beers to be fully prepared. And it didn’t disappoint. Jason Bateman as Marty Byrde, the money laundryguy for the Mexican cartell and his wife Wendy played by Laura Linney are still just a pleasure to see everytime they’re on screen. Jason Bateman plays his character really calm and relaxed. Nothing ever seems to make him …

7/10 … This is just amazingly fun, Rudy Ray Moore’s self financed first movie about his character Dolemite. We get it all … bad fighting scenes, cameras lingering too long on “actors” who don’t know what to do with themselfes, “Actors” who can’t deliever their lines naturally, boommic’s in the shot, Mr.Moore’s stand up Dolemite routine, Weird dance scenes when people eat, akward sex scenes … and ofcourse a lot of titties…

7/10 … It all starts with an Argentinian Snoop Dog lookalike somewhere in Asia sitting in a car looking like he has no good intentions at all … and we got that right. He and his gang are gonna kidnap a young woman. It gets violent … people are getting shot … without bullet holes … but with red paint inside the shirt :-), cut to introduction and the theme song, where the creator had looked both once and twice on James Bond. And off we go … midget with a shotgun, karate chopping midgets, cowboy midgets in trees, giant stone throwing in the head where the effect only is some blood on the forehead, some occult/satanic ritual, murderous vultures and much much more…

8/10 … I confess, my knowledge of old kung-fu/martial art movies are limited. I have more or less only seen Bruce Lee and old Jackie Chan ones. I googled for “best Wu Tang movie” and this was the one recommended on the first two hits I looked at. It took me some minutes to get into it, because of the english dubbing (especially on the females) but after some getting used to I was sold. It’s more or less non-stop action and the classic sound effects everytime someone gets hit….

10/10 … Amazing documentary about life in New York 1977. This is my #1 place I would go to if I knew how to time travel. I have always loved decadence, it gives me for some reason the feeling of being alive. Here we get to take a trip through the evolution of Hip Hop, with among others KRS-One and Afrika Bambaataa, through porn star Annie Sprinkle and the XXX live shows on 42nd street. The disco scene, the gay scene, the grafitti movement, the serial killer Son of …..

6/10 … I asked on a movie forum if anyone had some recomendation about movies with weirdos living inside the walls in other peoples houses or similar. I got recommended this one. Don’t know how I missed this one , it has my favourite creepy guy Klaus Kinski in the lead. And sure he is creepy here, proberly the creepiest I have ever seen him, just wonderful! It has a made-for-TV feeling, and I can’t find any information if it was ever released on the big screen. Although there are real bonkers stuff in thi….

10/10 … Faith in movies restored!!! After seing several 5-6/10 movies the last couple of weeks I begun to fear that I had lost my passion for movies (this have happened before). But holy crap this changed my mind and really took me by surprise, what a masterpiece. From the first minute til the end it keeps up the suspense and you’re emotional invested in Elisabeth Moss character Cecilias fate ….

6/10 (Should have been 8/10) … I kind of love this movie, original, funny, but holy f**k was the lead women Betty Gilpin as Crystal, miscast. To me she completely destroyed the whole thing. Her body language, her way to deliver the lines all felt extremely constructed and absolutely 0% feel genuine or natural. Apparently she has 38 credits on iMdb, but I have only seen her in the smaller role in the TV show Nurse Jackie, and if I remember correctly, she did that just great, so I don’t think she’s a bad actress but sure as hell this was a miscast. So this could have been a 8-9/10 but since she has such a big part and killed it (not in the good sense) it goes down several steps. They should have gone with ….

8/10 … I liked the first season, the love interest Beck (Elizabeth Lail) is very charming and plays the slightly neurotic girlfriend just great. I enjoy the concept of the show but wished it would have been more decadent and Joe (Penn Badgley) even more depraved.

Season two is even better in my opinion, more or less all characters are very likeable and we get more twists and turns. The focus of his attention this time, Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti) and her brother Forty Quinn (James Scully) are simply awesome. …

9/10 … I usually love every TV show or movie I see that comes out of Denmark and this was no undantag. But I have to admit, I almost quit in one of the earlier episodes. since I’m not a fan of when they show the ”bad guy” early on, I prefer when that part is a mystery, so about halfway through I almost quit because of it. I choosed to hang in there and boy did it pay off. Really intense and some awesome twists and turns ..

9/10 … Jeez, what the FUCK is wrong with these people … 5 minutes in and I’m so angry I want to punch one of these hateful religious weirdos. Why can’t people just let others be happy? Even if you don’t understand something or understand how you can get attracted to someone with the same sex, just let it be. It doesn’t hurt anyone. Oh, and for the record, I’m extremely straight. But it makes me furious that people can’t alllow others to be happy. What does all this hate comes from? Because you’re so miserable in your own life, you can only sort to hate? The same mechanisms as racism? How many thousands upon thousands of youths have these ”loving christians” pushed into drug abuse or suicide. As Cameron said in the movie ”How is programming people to hate themselves not emotional abuse?”, why aren’t these organizations being sued and held responsible?