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  • Inland Empire
  • The Brown Bunny
  • Tetro
  • Pasolini

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  • David Lynch: The Art Life

  • The Straight Story


Pinned reviews

  • The Straight Story

    The Straight Story


    This review is moreso a brief collection of thoughts I had on Lynch and his role within “auteur theory”, nothing too put together. 

    I think I had put this off for so long due to its sort of reputation as an 'outlier' in Lynch's filmography, aside from maybe Dune? If I was to look at this film, on paper, is a more family-oriented, straightforward narrative sandwiched in between Lynch's more phantasmagorical features; Lost Highway and Mulholland Drive. I probably had…

  • Waves



    fucking unbelievable; it’s the culmination of all 2010s arthouse cliches with its changing aspect ratios to its neon lights to its story beats. hides behind its uninspired style to mask its extreme lack of real empathy and emotion that it thinks it has.

Recent reviews

  • School of Life

    School of Life

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  • A Woman Is a Woman

    A Woman Is a Woman

    "I'm not sure if it's comedy or tragedy... but it's a masterpiece."

    - Jean-Luc Godard, Une femme est une femme (1961)

    "Leg hangin' out the Phantom / 6 cold like Alaska / Views already a classic"

    - Drake, Hype (2016)

Popular reviews

  • Hazbin Hotel

    Hazbin Hotel

    really awesome i liked when they said fuck and talked about sex like wtf you’re not supposed to do that!

  • Pasolini


    “Narrative art, as you well know, is dead. We are in a period of mourning. Mine is not a tale, it is a parable. The meaning of this parable is the relationship of an author to the form he creates.”

    Upon my second viewing, I feel as though I’ve fully clicked with what Ferrara set out to do with the fluctuating use of both the English and Italian language; Pasolini speaks the same language as the people around him if…