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  • Mandy

    Mandy

    ★½

    rewatch in an attempt to get the hype surrounding this psychotropic mess. would rather take a bad trip & get stung by wasps. down half a star.

  • The Private Life of a Cat

    The Private Life of a Cat

    ★★★★★

    Quite possibly the cutest thing I've ever seen.

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  • The Midnight Sky

    The Midnight Sky

    ★★

    ridiculous garbage melodramatic cheesefest that manages to be suprisingly predictable generic guff that treads every well worn trope in so many previous footsteps it's like watching five movies you hav already seen before and feels as long

  • In a Lonely Place

    In a Lonely Place

    ★★★★

    poster - "suspense picture with the suprise finish"

    early in film - "i've only a few pages left. i already know the end, i always read that part first"

    me - "it doesn't matter, doesn't matter at all. bogey is powerhouse."

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  • Unfriended: Dark Web

    Unfriended: Dark Web

    ★★½

    i went to that ASL metro class, i tried to understand. chinatown was so loud when i saw you i didnt realise at first. when someone shows a better door go through it, lest stupid movie meme sleep stealing sandman bastard eat your dreams.

    drunkard now and the funny wears off almost as quick as work draws close. during the closing mintute of this crazy marathon my mind transcended to that of our idiot protagonists is that my only thought was survival.

    damn you deep web, caught this fool thrice, shame on everyone.

  • Burning

    Burning

    ★★★★

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

    edit - still thinking about this film the next day, so deserves a bump up to 4 star. might even correct the grammar and spelling in the revi... wait, what?!

    a wonderfully weird ride of obsession, love, and paranoia. not really sure what it's about, murder mystery without a murder(?), class divide or surrealist philosophical social study, ultimately it doesnt matter i guess.

    loved the ambigous nature of it all - greenhouses, cat, metaphor, and of course the sneaky nod…