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  • Days

    Days

    ★★★★★

    Beautiful. Emotionally powerful. A masterwork of cinema. Everything about this film is perfect, yet all I can think about is how thicc Lee Kang-Sheng is. He is fucking DOUBLE CHEEKED UP. This man has a BUBBLE BUTT. His oily ass dominates this film. Fattest ass in slow cinema history.

  • Elephant

    Elephant

    ★★★★★

    Elephant is what authentic cinema should be. It's not glamorized, over the top, stylistically shoving itself down your throat. The film feels restrained in an incredibly impressive way. There is no easy way to broach the topic of school shootings, especially in our current climate. Yet, Gus Van Sant takes his signature empathy and pathos and utilizes it to the highest degree, creating a piece of art that aptly portrays the everyday fears and anxieties that we all faced in…

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  • Black Moon

    Black Moon

    ★★★★½

    Harrowing. This is how all of my dreams feel. I feel outed by Malle.

  • Goodbye, Dragon Inn

    Goodbye, Dragon Inn

    ★★★★★

    You ever watch a film so good, it just makes you Fortnite dance uncontrollably? All I do is Fortnite dance when I watch Tsai Ming-Liang film.

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  • High Life

    High Life

    This is going to be the most controversial movies of the year. I think 2019 has its Suspiria now. I expect nothing less from Claire Denis though to be honest. I thought it was pretty good though. The film presents some great ideas and reminded me of Solaris in a lot of ways, but it's definitely a film that needs to be watched multiple times to understand the full context. Crazy stuff though, definitely going to make some people upset.

  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    There was a strange amount of melancholy that washed over me as I saw the end credits pop up with the title “Written and Directed by Quinten Tarantino” and I came to the realization that that’s the last time I will ever see that credit in a movie. This certainly feels like a final movie in every sense of the word.