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  • Enter the Void

    Enter the Void


    I’m at a complete loss for words, I’ll quite often say that and then proceed to ramble on, but this is very different, whatever i say from this point onwards is random unarticulated and unthoughtful notions that i won’t even think twice about before putting finger to keyboard. Enter the Void effected me so deeply that i don’t even know how to comprehend what i feel. It’s one of those films that goes beyond the art form’s capacity, feeling more…

  • Synecdoche, New York

    Synecdoche, New York


    Trying to articulate my thoughts on this seems completely pointless to me, not only because it would end up sounding stupid and pretentious, but because I don’t think there’s any possible way to properly explain how much this movie means to me. I’m not attempting to add anything new or ground breaking to the table that I’m sure countless analysts have already gone over more times than I care to think about, this is just my raw and personal thoughts…

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  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive


    this movie makes me feel like a fucking moron every single time, and that’s okay.

  • Pieces of a Woman

    Pieces of a Woman


    An extremely intimate, contemplative and candid portrayal of living along side your demons and grief, and how it affects every faucet of Martha’s life. Whether it’s going to work, home life, or even something as simple as running an errand you can feel this overwhelming sense of dread weighing down her every move without even a single word having to be spoken, understanding what should be said, but more importantly understanding what should remain unsaid. Vanessa Kirby and Shia Lebouf…

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  • Parasite



    I could imagine the reaction an audience member would have to seeing The Godfather or The Shawshank Redemption for the first time at its release is similar to how we treat this movie. Already it’s claimed best of all time status as Bong Joon Ho’s perfect genre blend of dark comedy, thriller and social satire makes for one of the greatest films I’ve ever had the pleasure of seeing. Stunning visual storytelling that differentiates the two classes of these families…

  • Jaws



    Out of all the films that are included in my list of movies I’m ashamed to say I haven’t seen, the top of that list would be Jaws. I don’t know why I’ve held off from watching this film for so long but I finally got given the opportunity to watch it and it did not disappoint. As a result though, I’m never swimming in the sea again.

    Such a simple premise yet so effective. Spielberg really makes this film…