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Justin Hanvey

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About Justin Hanvey

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    Just Some Dude
  • Birthday 06/21/1982

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    http://jhanvey2182.blogspot.com/
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    Male
  • Location
    Moses Lake WA

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    Writer/Movie Reviewer
  • Favorite movies
    Jurassic Park for nostalgia's sake...Coen Bros. movies, action, sci fi, drama....I like a lot of movies.
  • Favorite music
    mostly indie folk and post rock
  • Favorite creative writing
    Neil Gaiman, Keith Donohue, Dennis Lehane, classic authors like Steinbeck, Hemingway, Orwell, and Jack London especially.
  • Favorite visual art
    Van Gogh

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  1. Star Wars: Episode VIII: The Last Jedi

    Spoilery review. The spoilery section is clearly marked so if you wanna read up to that point cool
  2. Star Wars: Episode VIII: The Last Jedi

    Well it IS the villain saying it, Snoke
  3. Star Wars: Episode VIII: The Last Jedi

    New trailer
  4. Blade Runner 2

    It's interesting that the more I think past the beautiful cinematography and excellent directing and good acting to the story itself, the less I like this movie. I've even knocked down half a star at Letterboxd already.
  5. Star Wars: Episode VIII: The Last Jedi

    According to a Slashfilm podcast some people have been able to see the film early and have given good reviews of it, saying it is different and even somewhat divisive for Star Wars fans. I'm excited again
  6. The Red Turtle

    Remains my most favorite film of 2016
  7. True Detective

    Season 3 to star Mahershala Ali, set in the Ozarks following an investigation into a murder that spans over three timelines, with Jeremy Saulnier (Blue Ruin, Green Room) directing and Nick Pizzalato taking on sole writing credits. http://ew.com/tv/2017/08/31/true-detective-season-3-2/amp/ Considering this is an anthology show and supposedly exploring different detective genres, I'd love one season set in a British village with a Miss Marple or Poirot like detective
  8. Star Trek: Discovery

    Interesting video, makes some good points and now I'm interested in what this Nicholas Meyer project is.
  9. The Dark Tower

    Yeah, theyre bad. I'm waiting for dvd.
  10. Detroit

    Some of y'all appreciated Angelica Jade's review of The Beguiled. Well I liked her review of Detroit a lot. http://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/amp/detroit-2017
  11. Dunkirk

    Thoughts from people who liked this movie on the recent criticisms of whitewashing since there was at least one large Indian regiment at Dunkirk that is not featured in the film, as well as I guess in order to give his soldiers a feeling of facelessness and uniformity all his cardboard cutouts were white soldiers. It's a valid criticism, but I wonder too if it would have taken away from the more artistic nature of what Nolan was trying to do...which it seems to me this movie is less about the historical battle of Dunkirk and more about using that as a backdrop for a meditation on the hellishness, brokenness, and facelessness of war.
  12. Luc Besson Sci-Fi project

    Dehaan is a great actor, I'm blaming the script for his characters lack of charm or anything. A hornier less funny or charming Han Solo. Yes that opening sequence was beautiful and so hopeful. Nothing about the story itself was new, I think that's why I find it less interesting than the characters and effects. You're right it was a pretty straight forward story, but it didn't feel fresh. The effects felt fresh, and the characters like Laureline and Bubble felt fresh (especially Bubble).
  13. Dunkirk

    I'll see this I'm sure when I'm feeling less burnt out on war movies. Honestly they feel all too real these days, like "winter is coming"
  14. Ready Player One

    Now see, I loved the novel, but I'm also a full on nerd...who thankfully never got pulled into 4chan/gamergate gamer culture that became part of the Internet conception of gamers. I love the 80's references, and stuff that I loved as a kid, as well as some of the other things that I love more now as an adult. That said my love for the novel, and the portrayal of some characters has mellowed over the years, and Cline's second novel is just really not that good, instead just a rehash of Ready Player One 80's culture references with plot from Last Starfighter/Enders Game and far less interesting characters. Not a fan. It's kind of that thing where you love a thing before thinking about it too much and then you read a lot of valid criticism of it, and you almost feel a little bitter...but know they're right. You kinda want to rebel and still love it a little. And I do. It's a good story. Not as great as I once thought, but not terrible either. IMO
  15. Ready Player One

    Comic Con Trailer So I'm hoping this will be fun, it -looks- a lot of fun, but also it looks badly lighted and not very colorful. Also just perhaps a complete assault on the senses of pop culture icons fighting other pop culture icons. Could just be the trailer is not very well made since it is just for Comic Con. Felt somewhat Zach Snyder meets Michael Bay for a minute or two. But I'm trying to hold out hope it has good story and plotting and isn't just cgi assault since it's Spielberg. Don't flop this Spielberg, please
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