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  • October Sky

    October Sky


    Jake Gyllenhaal watching Sputnik 1 fly across the night sky and saying "Wow", I couldn't help but imagine Owen Wilson doing that.

    Nothing flashy by any means, everything here is solid in telling this great true story. I wasn't particularly moved by it, but I'm sure many have found this to be inspiring or atleast relatable in some sense. Everything here was standard fare when it comes to movies about dreams and overcoming expectations. If I had to describe this in one word: Old-fashioned.

  • Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret

    Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret


    Lovely doc to watch during our COVID stricken times. In all seriousness, it does highlight issues that need to be addressed and dealt with, eventually. Having seen these filmmakers' latest doc before this, I recognized a lot of the same tendencies such as excessive narration, abrupt end to interviews and showcasing a lack of info online. I found the first half to be more interesting than the rest since it essentially veers towards advocating for veganism, which their latest film dealt with from start to finish.

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  • Ford v Ferrari

    Ford v Ferrari


    "You promised me the drive. Not the win." 

    God damn. This was my most anticipated film of 2019 and it delivered on all fronts and then some. Christian Bale has always been my favourite actor and I'm not kidding you one bit in saying that this has become my favourite performance and perhaps movie with him. James Mangold has crafted such a well made movie that feels big, epic and yet, it didn't lose any intimacy or heart. 

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  • Jojo Rabbit

    Jojo Rabbit


    "It took him three weeks to get over the fact his grandfather wasn't blonde." 

    I was already a Taika Waititi fan, but consider me an even bigger one now. Absolutely loved this film. It was nonstop laughter all the way through and it made for one of my favourite experiences at the theater this year. This was definitely reminiscent of the Hunt for the Wilderpeople version of Waititi. Outstanding work from Roman Griffin Davis, Thomasin McKenzie and along with Waititi's…