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  • Satantango

    Satantango

    ★★★★★

    good morning everyone it is 9am and i thought it would be a good idea to watch satantango at 2am, because my sleeping schedule is really bad at the moment.

    so let’s get in to, it has some scenes with amazing imagery and scenes that will honestly want you to turn it off and never speak of this again but because of certain ways it’s edited it keeps hearing treatment all the way through the seven hours which could be…

  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    ★★★★★

    It’s my favourite film to rewatch. Punch-Drunk Love is my favourite film but I try not to ruin it by watching it too much. This is just an enjoyable, entertaining and even relaxing film. 

    Maybe even my favourite Tarantino.

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  • The Hunt

    The Hunt

    ★★★★½

    there’s were a few moments where seconds felt like hours. the built lie is horrible and uncomfortable to watch. 

    mads mikkelsen’s performance was like a near panic attack, his character is presented as the known nice man who works at a nursery and one day *boom*, he’s known as the complete opposite.

    i tried watching this before but had wifi trouble and today it worked.

  • Fear and Desire

    Fear and Desire

    ★½

    easily my least favourite kubrick the plot is bland and boring.

    i can nearly see kubrick’s style but isn’t fleshed out enough to get me interested.

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  • Signs

    Signs

    ★★★

    it’s sad to say but even though i enjoyed it, i think the special mystery and tone it was setting isn’t there anymore.

    the perspective of the story is original and now seems special but again saw everything coming.

  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    ★★★★★

    considering i haven’t watched that many films from 2020 anyway, it wasn’t that hard to be my number 1 spot.

    the performances are special, the characters are unique and intriguing. going in i literally only knew the title and kaufman wrote/directed it. 

    the twist and turns of poetic imagery and how you think it’s going to be a specific genre but turns out to be otherwise is impressive.

    jessie buckley and jesse plemons were amazing and plemoms really stud out…