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  • Don't Look Now: We're Being Shot At

    Don't Look Now: We're Being Shot At

    ★★★½

    En gros, ça c’est le vrai humour français et d’être témoin de cet humor dans sa forme la plus simple est magique.
    Il y a des avantages et des inconvénients en regardant ce film avec une famille qui connaît chaque réplique par cœur, mais en tout cas ce film en particulier a la capacité d’être même plus marrant avec cette situation. 
    Macintosh, t’es un crétin.

  • Live and let Live

    Live and let Live

    ★½

    Okay, sure, but can someone help me draw the line between where this is semi-educational about the vegan lifestyle and where it’s straight up shaming humans for maintaining an order of the food chain that we’ve existed by since the beginning of time? I just disagree. I admire people who manage to live the lifestyle in such a way and I respect the environmental notions but I think it was a bit flimsy to put up some videos of chickens…

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  • Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

    Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

    ★½

    Ya bitch saw this mf in 3D
    Here’s some notes I took because I had no idea what the hell was going on!!!!


    - Somebody needs to tell me if Zoe Kravitz spoke in a British accent during the movie, cause wouldn’t that go against JK’s British purity wishes? 
    -Newt in French dubbing is apparently Norbert 

    -Why the fuck did they make grindelwald so fuckin ugly I hate you Jonny depp

    -Thé ultimate defense strategy : curtains 

    - Why didn’t…

  • Shirkers

    Shirkers

    ★★★½

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

    This was really great. I especially appreciated how Sandi allowed her friends to critique her own search for the deeper meaning in the making of the film, since whenever she went off on a whim and became far too serious, Jasmine was always there to call her an asshole or bring her back to reality. Few filmmakers have the same restraint when making a doc from their own perspective. Also aesthetically gorgeous.

    Fred Armisen play George Cardona in the film version of his life, please!