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  • Hannah Montana: The Movie

    Hannah Montana: The Movie


    I have to give credit where credit is due: this film is genuinely hilarious and is the only DCOM that I thoroughly enjoy. I was expecting to be hit with the same disgustingly abysmal pieces of work that the house of mouse usually puts out, but this was different. There were interesting character moments, creative camera shots and blocking, fairly complex scenes that were decently well done, and a TON of physical comedy. I laughed a ridiculous amount at this…

  • The Last Waltz

    The Last Waltz


    Coming off the horribly shallow, egotistical, and creatively bankrupt folklore from Ms. Swift, I decided to go with a film within the same genre that had evaded me for a while. Everything wrong with the previous was made up for and then some in the later. The Last Waltz delivers on the music in SPADES and shows so many incredible artists all working in harmony for their music and themselves. So as far as an entertainment piece, it was perfect.…

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  • Taylor Swift – Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions

    Taylor Swift – Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions


    The Unironic Chronicle of a Real Life Norma Desmond
    This is one of the most grossly self-indulgent pretentious things I've ever seen. She openly admits that when the spotlight isnt in her she's upset. She has surrounded herself with idiots and yes men to record painfully bland and redundant songs. Every song is about breakup and and how hard her life is. She complains about how difficult her life is and pretends to understand the "little people".
    While she complains…

  • The Sacrifice

    The Sacrifice


    When I first started into the filmography of Andrei Tarkovsky, I had no idea what I was getting into. I didn't watch them in a very strict order, but the only thing I told myself was that I would watch this one last (since it was the last film he made when he was terminally ill). I am oh so glad that I saved this one for last. Tarkovsky paints a somber piece perfectly encapsulating grief and what people do…