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  • The '?' Motorist

    The '?' Motorist


    The camera tricks are there, but there’s a lesser amount of imagination and detail to The ? Motorist than Georges Meliès’s films. For me, it felt exactly like an indulgence in special effects, nothing more.

  • The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

    The Man Who Killed Don Quixote


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Let me be frank.

      It’s clear as soon as the ‘Don Quixote’ part starts that this film was the result of a very long, very troubled production. I’m fairly sure there are too many plot threads that Gilliam wanted to put in, and the result became too disjointed and often times incomprehensible. 

      The fact, however, that a script that would have resulted in a messy, unenjoyable film in a less talented director’s hands still managed to keep me…

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  • Moonlight



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    When the first part of the film ended, I knew that no word from this review can do justice the masterpiece that is Moonlight. That said, I'll try and express, to the best of my abilities, the various feelings I felt while watching this movie.

    I sometimes use similes to compare films to things. For example, Black Swan is like a shard of glass, both delicate and sharp, warm and fatal. Call Me by Your Name is like an oil…

  • Captain Marvel

    Captain Marvel


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Captain Marvel is a pretty weird film. The narrative style is different from most MCU films we've seen up to now — it’s not a linear progression from normal person to superhero, it’s instead a superpowered being searching for herself on her own planet. Yet, watching this film makes you feel the old-fashioned, naïve kind of inspirational heroism that harkens back to, say, Superman (1978). For me, it's a blend of both old and new to create something wholly different,…