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  • You Cannot Kill David Arquette

    You Cannot Kill David Arquette


    I was previously aware of David Arquette’s run in the wrestling industry in the early 2000’s, mainly from him being the butt of many jokes among former WCW fans. So going into this I understood the main bulk of it, but hearing the story being told with the level of passion and heart that David Arquette carries with him made for an exciting and quite weird documentary. 

    David’s an interesting character, his personality can come off goofy, but that’s kind…

  • The Social Dilemma

    The Social Dilemma


    An intriguing documentary, shedding light on something that we’re imperceptibly becoming very aware of but also averting subconsciously. The facts and statistics that we are being told are shocking, but I’m unsurprised to find my own reaction to be deflective of these very facts. My understanding of these complexities have increased and yet my fear is temporary and my care is only present in coincidental circumstances, but maybe that says more about me than it does show an accurate representation…

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  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    I'm Thinking of Ending Things


    As provocative and ambitious as expected from Kaufman. This is riddled with ambiguity and twists from the very beginning, but what makes these plot twists effective is how they extend the film’s ambiguity rather than reveal the complexities of the narrative. The narrative is built around the idea of a constant change in clarification, which makes the twisty nature of the film feel cohesive rather than convoluted. 

    The film is a technical masterpiece, up front the aspect ratio narrows your…

  • Tenet



    First off, I definitely need to rewatch this to fully get a hold of my feelings. Unsurprisingly Nolan gives us another puzzling film to unlock, and while this is stunning to look at and made even finer with the use of 70mm and the thumping score, it’s held back by it’s structure. It’s not that the film derails from what it wants to be, Nolan articulates everything with ease, but some of the emotional stakes aren’t used to their full…