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  • Save the Green Planet!

    Save the Green Planet!


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Hallyu in its purest form. Raw, independent in its style and substance, but still part of a larger cinematic and political movement we know in english as The Korean New Wave.

    I fell in love with Save the Green Planet! much before I even watched it. I read the plot, saw it was Korean and new I was going to love it. This "silly" story about a man who believes the world's richest and sleaziest are really aliens seeking to…

  • HyperNormalisation



    I think I need to watch more Adam Curtis docs to really give HyperNormalisation a fair review. The content and what he's trying to unveil is hypnotic and engrossing -- if you give a shit about this stuff. But it's also so tangential at times. This doc started to present itself as something that was going to try and pull you out of the Matrix, or at least inform you that there is one. But it was mostly an analysis…

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  • Fidel



    I'm not sure what is the cause of this five stars. Fidel is so captivating. For 90 minutes I was transported to an island and time I had never visited and predates my life. What an orator, what a revolutionary, what a visionary. It's awful how tainted his image is in the West and even more so how people review his life and legacy without challenging the propaganda. It is incredibly clear in this film that Fidel was a man…

  • Uncut Gems

    Uncut Gems


    I love how the transition from the opal's polychromatic interior slowly transitions to Howard's colon. If you have these first stylistic moments in mind for the entirety of Uncut Gems, its clear where the Safdie Bros. were trying to go with this wild, goose chase, pleasure filled film.

    I love absolutely everything about this film. I knew Sandler was going to give me a year's best performance from the first trailer. The cinematography of Darius Khondji is absolutely stellar. The…