Erika Johnson

I'm a Data Analyst, from the land of Matthew McConaughey. I'm an avid movie-goer and love seeing films in theaters. My most recent favorite films are Good Time, Only Lovers Left Alive, TENET, and England is Mine. When I'm not at the movies, I'm either reading or watching obscene amount of true crime and historical documentaries.

Hunt Review


Hunt is Lee Jung-jae’s (Squid Game) directorial debut and takes place in the 1980s when government tensions in South Korea are high, and the constant threat from North Korea looms over the country. Two directors at the Korean version of the CIA, Park Pyong-ho (Lee Jung-jae) and Kim Jung-do (Jung Woo-sung), are hunting for a …

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She Said Review

REVIEW: She Said

She Said follows two New York Times reporters, Megan Twohey (Carey Mulligan) and Jodi Kantor (Zoe Kazan), as they interview and gather sources in order to break the story surrounding the abuse perpetrated by a creepy, high-powered producer in the entertainment industry. As these two reporters dig deeper into the allegations, the story expands more …

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Alienoid Review

REVIEW: Alienoid

In the world of the South Korean film Alienoid, alien criminals are imprisoned inside humans. Guard (Kim Woo-bin), a cyborg on present-day Earth, manages these prisoners and travels through time with Thunder, a fellow robot. When Guard travels to 14th century Korea to arrest an alien who broke out of its human jail, Thunder brings …

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The Duke Review

REVIEW: The Duke

The Duke focuses on the strange case of the stolen Duke of Wellington portrait from the National Gallery in London. In August 1961, the painting was bought using taxpayer funds and placed on display. Nineteen days later, Kempton Brunton (Jim Broadbent) sneaks into the Gallery through a tiny bathroom window and lifts the painting. Brunton …

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