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  • Little Women

    Little Women

    ★★★★½

    Christian Bale is cuteeeee af God help me!
    If I was Kirsten Dunst I would totally haaaate myself forever to be too young to able to kiss the wonderful Christian Bale, and I was too with Jo for breaking his heart tsk tsk tsk......ladies, i tell you, that’s a big loss! 
    The stake is too high, Timothèe Chalamet, you better not ruin this legacy!

  • Wild Strawberries

    Wild Strawberries

    ★★★★

    Painfully beautiful.

    The nuance in which director Ingmar Bergman tells in The Wild Strawberries, subtly address, one man’s memories that illuminate the larger themes of decrepitude, guilt, solitude, with increasingly wretched personal recognition. The touch of humanity feels more profound than another Bergman’s movies. The narration proliferated over provocative imagery —which never cold, settling most beautifully as we delve into with more emphasize on character study.

    There is a scene where Marrianne told Isak the reason her marriage with his…

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  • A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

    A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

    ★★★★★

    I would gladly take off my human costume and turn myself into Persian vampire if I could be as chic yet badass like one in this movie: short hair, wearing jeans and stripes tees inside the burqa outer, tapping my head over soul/rock&roll musics, and riding skateboard. 

    Should I go extra and do seven-steps-korean-skincare-routine right after I carve out some ex’s bodies? call it ‘SWAG vampires revolution’~

    Rating 5/5.

  • Parasite

    Parasite

    ★★★★

    The hype is true. 
    Despite this kind of drama is not really my cup of tea (I still think the writing and narratives has the same tone with standard korean dramas) but I do agree Parasite gave a fresh breath of a genre in movie history and stripped it all down and subverted everything in its way. That’s how you make a goddamn masterpiece!

    It is a uniquely staged film, which despite the serious topic, still made me do one…