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  • The Death & Life of John F. Donovan

    The Death & Life of John F. Donovan

    The ultimate film for white Letterboxd users who can't use capitalization and think every movie is about them to give five stars and write an incomprehensible giant block of text about how moved they were.

  • Joker

    Joker

    Joker is a special film. Rarely do we get a film so blazingly awful that it makes me question the participation of people who I previously respected. You would swear a brilliant performer like Joaquin Phoenix would be able to catch how much bullshit is spewing out of Todd Phillips and Scott Silver’s philosophically confused screenplay. During the film’s “confrontational” third act, I turned to my friend and said, “I fucking hate this movie.” Keep in mind I’m someone who…

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  • She Dies Tomorrow

    She Dies Tomorrow

    ★★★★

    My grandmother died on Friday and we only knew she was going to die, but we didn't know it would be that day. I came to realize it could've been the day before or the day after. Even when we prepare death is always a surprise.

    Amy Seimetz questions this notion and gives her characters the twisted gift of knowing they're going to die; tomorrow in fact. What do they do? Wallow in guilt. Go see their wife. Relapse. Take…

  • Wolf Creek

    Wolf Creek

    ★★★★½

    Me during the second half of this movie: AH FUCK, AH FUCK, AH FUCK.

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  • The Vampyre

    The Vampyre

    *Did not watch the actual movie but read the script*

    With some tightening of certain story beats and beefing up in the side-character department, Robert Eggers potentially has some truly next-level horror filmmaking at his fingertips. Nosferatu is a wild ride from beginning to end. Eggers impressively covers a lot of ground in terms of scope for a horror film. The first 2/3rds come across like adventurous horror story instead of the isolated terror I'd expect from Eggers. The only…

  • The House That Jack Built

    The House That Jack Built

    ★★★★

    I think I’ve never been so ashamed about loving a movie. I don’t think I could recommend The House That Jack Built to anyone. Utterly absurd, fascinating, at times severely off putting, very much full of itself, and pretty darn funny. I love it.