It’s something we’ve always done but haven’t always advertised:
99.9% Spoiler-Free Reviews.
What does that mean, you ask?
Try as we might, it’s not possible to talk about a film without mentioning something in the film: an actor, a subject, a location, or a detail. To that end, we try to hold back on “spoilery” references in our official reviews to be as vague as possible, most often resorting to using examples from other films if they must be mentioned at all. This can be difficult when assessing any movie — all storytelling is a mystery at its core — but even a casual look at cinema advertising shows movie trailers giving away too much, often during “final trailers” just before a movie’s release.
If you’re a purist who wants to know as little as possible, don’t read any reviews… let alone ours if you’re seeing the movie anyway. Then come back, see what we thought, and let’s have a conversation about it. Otherwise, we love movies, and we pledge to give you our best assessment of what to expect without ruining the experience.
Everything below our review, however, especially in the comments section, is fair game: spoilers abound! Beware!
Thanks for reading!
~ Grim D.