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Jigsaw is a 2017 American horror film directed by Michael and Peter Spierig and written by Josh Stolberg and Peter Goldfinger. It is the eighth instalment in the Saw franchise and picks up over a decade after the death of the infamous Jigsaw Killer. Bodies are turning up around the city, each having met a uniquely gruesome demise. As the investigation proceeds, evidence points to one suspect: John Kramer, the man known as Jigsaw, who has been dead for ten years.

I’m honestly trying to think of where to start with this. I suppose I could start by saying this painfully sucked. Not the most eloquent way of phrasing it, but it’s true, this movie really did suck. I found myself walking around my house after I finished watching this repeatedly telling inanimate objects how much this movie sucked. That’s not a sign of mental instability, I just couldn’t find anyone to tell about what I had just endured. Inanimate objects were the best I could do. First, we are introduced to Detective Halloran played by Callum Keith Rennie and immediately I want to stop watching. Not because I dislike the actor, I actually like the actor, but because within a minute of him being on screen I can tell his character is a poorly written, arrogant, poor excuse for a detective who waves his gun around like he’s a gangster and negotiates with hostile suspects by swearing at them. I was instantly regretting my decision to watch this.
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I, Tonya Movie Review: First Off, I saw this movie knowing barely anything about Tonya Harding and the dreaded "Incident" that took place in 1994, so I went in cold turkey.
The Movie informs you about all sides of the argument against and for Tonya, not being too biased on either side. I, Tonya is about an olympic skater named Tonya Harding (Margot Robbie). She had been skating since she was very young, and the movie follows her growing up, everything leading up to "The Incident", and everything afterwards and how her career falls apart.
I've been mentioning "The Incident", but not explaining what happened. Tonya Harding had gotten a Death Threat before a skating match, and her abusive husband (played by Sebastian Stan) had the idea to send a Death Threat against a skater who was climbing higher than Tonya, Nancy Kerrigan. The Husband told his friend to send it. That Friend then told some shady people to BASH IN HER KNEE WITH A CLUB so he would get the attention. After the incident, Tonya and her Husband were questioned by the FBI, and didn't say anything. Eventually, the Husband, his friend and the shady individuals were arrested. Tonya Harding was banned for life from Skating, and then she became a boxer. Tonya Harding knew about the letter (death threat), but not even the Husband knew about the attack. In the media, Tonya Harding was blamed for the incident. She was constantly asked about it, and didn't want to talk about it. In her childhood, she was abused by her mother (played by Allison Janney) and her father left them, so Tonya was alone with her cynical mother, who didn't seem to love Tonya, thinking her as more of an annoyance and chore to take care of her. Allison Janney just won the Best Supporting Actress in Any Motion Picture Golden Globe, and she deserved it. She was great. The whole cast was great. Margot Robbie, who had only been in Wolf of Wall Street and (the AMAZING) Suicide Squad, also won the Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical at the Critic's Choice Awards. Everyone was great, and the events all seemed real and from what I heard, they are portrayed well in the movie.I loved I, Tonya. It was way better than I expected. I will give I, Tonya

Watching Unfriended i love this movie it was good Blumhouse Productions baby.. #unfriended #blumhouseproductions #horror #horrormovie #horrornerd #horror4life #instahorror #movieaddict #moviebuff #moviegeek #movienerd

Got a free trial month on #Netflix and just finished watching this #hush excellent #movie and kinda took me back to 1996 watching #scream more #psychlogical than #horror I would highly recommend #moviegeek #moviefreak #horror #horrorfan #horrorfam #moviefreak #filmfan

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME (2017)
"call me by your name and i'll call you by mine" is the most memorable quote of the movie. The story so simple about two young guys falling in love in italian summer but it's more than that. It's not only about love, passion, and romance. It's also about acceptance, embracement, and support. Call Me By Your Name is so much have important and inspirational messages in it. This is why it differs than any other LGBTQ movies

Timothèe Chalamet and Armie Hammer's on screen chemistry is great. Timmy gave his performances of the year and deserves win the oscar.
Armie Hammer is good looking and also great.
Michael Stuhlbarg omg, his monologue to elio in the end is the most beautiful things and monologues i've ever seen. Such powerful messages. i cried, so emotional. Anyway, Michael Stuhlbarg gives a superb performance, deserves get nomination for supporting role at the oscar.
Luca Guadagnino is an amazing director. I loved the way he shots every moments of movie. The cinematography is so stunning, as well as great direction. Good job Luca!
And the soundtrack is so good. Sufja Stevens's songs just gave us the feels. Mystery of Love and Visions of Gideon are combo packs (you can listen both songs before & after of this post). Mystery of Love is my favorite song of the year

A MASTERPIECE!
It's beautiful, sensual, and heartbreaking coming-of-age movie. I watched like three times, and still can't got over. Definitely, my favorite movie of 2k17 and favorite movies of all time after The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012). Rated: 11 out of 10

On your commute home, read my latest review on The Commuter. Unless you’re driving then wait till you get home and then read it to see if it’s a movie for you. 3 1/2 out of 5. Link in bio. 🚃💼#thecommuter #liamneeson #verafarmiga #patrickwilson #movies #review #blog #blogger #critic #action #drama #thriller #moviegeek #muviefunatic #moviefan #movielover

I enjoyed it! #moviegeek #proudmary #badass

We talked about this year’s crème de la crème, and now it's time to discuss the worst of the worst. Check out our picks for the most disappointing films of the year (link in bio), and let us know your picks in the comments section below!
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