Sevenhead’s Film Reviews
About me: I like all film, but have a definite bias towards the offbeat smart romantic comedy and campy/clever horror.
42 Films have been rated or reviewed by Sevenhead.
- Spring (2014)
- Gorgeous both visually and narratively, surprisingly tasteful CG that looks like it'll stand the test of time reasonably well. Even the small supporting characters are fantastically written. It rocks.rn
- Gone Girl (2014)
- It's like two movies in a row. The first one is a tight, tense thriller. The second movie builds off all the stuff set up in the first one, and goes wild. It's a ride.
- Accountant, The (2016)
- The odd nature of it's premise makes it worth watching, and while it's never really great– it's always entertaining.
- John Wick (2014)
- They shouldn't of killed his dog.
- John Wick: Chapter 2 (John Wick 2) (2017)
- Did you like John Wick? Then watch this one. It's more of the same but bigger. Think the Aliens to John Wick's Alien. Or the Empire Strikes Back. The Wrath Of Khan. The Before Sunset.
- 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016)
- It's kinda fantastic?
- Fast Food Nation (2006)
- It's wonderfully weird. It's opening leads you into thinking it's going to be a biting satire, but Linklater almost makes his characters too likable for that. Some really cool storytelling, and some bit's that don't really seem to work– well worth a
- Everybody Wants Some! (2016)
- More than just another college film with the usual immature characters, it's funny, emotionally provoking and fantastically non judgemental in the way Linklaters slice of life films are.
- Boyhood (2014)
- It's at its best when it's at it's least narratively conventional. Littered by gorgeous Linklater moments and dialogue, you occasionally have to sit through more narrative bits that are less powerful– but it's still great.
- Shut Up and Play the Hits (2012)
- Fantastic as an LCD fan and still engaging otherwise, possibly more interesting to watch now then ever now that they're back together and releasing more music.
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