denise 🍿

denise 🍿

please let me finish everything in my watchlist before i die

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  • Snatch

    Snatch

    ★★★

    enjoyed the humor and brad pitt's irish accent but i find this too... masculine (?) for my liking. i just don't appreciate heist/crime thrillers like this. i was also confused with the intertwined plots AHHHHH. anyway, it's my birthday today so thank u 4 brad pitt!!!!

    sinegang weekly pick #7 by PioP

  • A Short Film About Love

    A Short Film About Love

    ★★★★

    This felt like a poetic and depressing Rear Window... Honestly, I never really appreciated this until I read some reviews. It was then that I finally understood what it was going for. I could have rated this higher if I was strongly engrossed by this on my first watch.

    The slow and serious style of the film sets the mood of the feeling of loneliness and innocent desire. It was an interesting look on the voyeurism and contemplation of a…

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  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    ★★★★

    I honestly don't know what I'm supposed to feel about this??? It started pretty normal in the first half which was mostly just dialogue and I kept on waiting for the "psychological horror" part to happen and when it did, I was left speechless... I was too bewildered to understand what was going on but then again I looove complicated and thought-provoking films like this so I found this really interesting. I now want to read the book this was based on!!!

  • High and Low

    High and Low

    ★★★★★

    Rarely does a movie ever held my attention for the entirety of its duration. I'd once again would like to thank Kurosawa for keeping me glued to the screen and never having zoned out while watching this at 2 AM. That alone speaks how special of a cinematic experience this was for me.

    High and Low is a skillfully crafted crime drama that will surely captivate you with its suspenseful finding-the-kidnapper story along with its social commentary between the rich…