Looking at the Weekend: Jul. 24-26, 2020

Another weekend of limited releases only with no end in sight.

Our Highest Rated Films: Amulet
Our Best Awards Ratings: None

OTHER LIMITED RELEASES

Impetigore
Oliver Sacks: His Own Life
Yes, God, Yes

Jul. 24-26, 2020

Film

Our Thoughts

Awards Chances

Amulet

(Limited Release)
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Trailer & Poster Preview

5.0
Wesley Lovell: (6)
Peter J. Patrick: (5)
Thomas LaTourrette: (4)

Nil
Wesley Lovell: (Nil)
Peter J. Patrick: (Nil)
Thomas LaTourrette: (Nil)
Categories:

  • None

Individual Commentary:

Wesley Lovell (WL): The trailer offers a somewhat interesting perspective, but not enough of one to compel me to see it.
Peter J. Patrick (PP): First film directed by Romola Garai looks to be just another disappointing horror film.
Thomas LaTourette (TL): It’s not a bad trailer, but the horror did not feel like anything new.

Film

Our Thoughts

Awards Chances

The Rental

(Limited Release)
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Trailer & Poster Preview

4.3
Wesley Lovell: (5)
Peter J. Patrick: (5)
Thomas LaTourrette: (3)

Nil
Wesley Lovell: (Nil)
Peter J. Patrick: (Nil)
Thomas LaTourrette: (Nil)
Categories:

  • None

Individual Commentary:

Wesley Lovell (WL): This looks like a very unimpressive horror film that has decent actors in it.
Peter J. Patrick (PP): First film directed by Dave Franco also looks to be another disappointing horror film.
Thomas LaTourette (TL): A murky and confused trailer does little to sell this movie and truthfully made me less interested in it.

Film

Our Thoughts

Awards Chances

Tijuana Jackson: Purpose Over Prison

(Limited Release)
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Trailer & Poster Preview

4.0
Wesley Lovell: (3)
Peter J. Patrick: (6)
Thomas LaTourrette: (3)

Nil
Wesley Lovell: (Nil)
Peter J. Patrick: (Nil)
Thomas LaTourrette: (Nil)
Categories:

  • None

Individual Commentary:

Wesley Lovell (WL): Dull, tired looking comedy that doesn’t have enough interesting features to look at.
Peter J. Patrick (PP): First film directed by Romany Malco seems well-intentioned and funny, but slight.
Thomas LaTourette (TL): I am not sure what the movie is trying to be, but it feels like a failure on most levels.

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