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  • Rubbers

  • Paprika

    ★★★½

  • Army of Darkness

    ★★★★

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    ★★★½

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  • Burning

    Burning

    ★★★★★

    The more I know, the less I really know.

    I’ve pondered way too many times about what and how to properly write about Burning, a film I’ve more than stuffed my mouth with in my online film circlings. If on my first watch I was washed up by confusion and dumbfounding, asking myself constantly why or what, now on my third watch I find that after putting together all the puzzle pieces I only end up with a bigger puzzle…

  • Koyaanisqatsi

    Koyaanisqatsi

    ★★★★★

    We often fail to realize how absurdly far humanity has gotten, and yet how incredibly small and vulnerable we still are. Enormous mountains, vast and endless deserts, massive jungles of concrete and glass juxtaposed with minuscule microchips that may have initiated the most significant global revolution in human history. Massive and indistinguishable crowds of people going on their day, caught inside their own worlds. And we’ve all taken those things for granted. How far will we go? How much time…

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  • Rubbers

    Rubbers

    Cum apples

    Getting strong Boss Baby vibes from this one. Fun little short film, of the many many student short films I’ve seen it’s compellingly one of the good ones. I can see a mix of Superbad influences and to an extent Love Exposure? Plus that one episode of It’s Always Sunny. It’s the kind of stuff that makes me wanna grab whatever camera I can find.

    Good one ππ

  • Paprika

    Paprika

    ★★★½

    Between a 7 and an 8 me thinks

    One of those movies in which I love its components way more than the sum of them. In such a sensorial overload packed in this tight of a runtime, I ended up giving up to it and embracing its marvelous senselessness sacrificing perhaps the aspect of a movie that usually stays with me perpetually.

    Onto the inevitable comparisons to Inception: I like this considerably more, but it’s interesting to see how each…

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