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  • Eighth Grade

    Eighth Grade

    ★★★★

    Any google search will tell you this movie is a comedy-drama. So first things first, this is definitely NOT a comedy!

    This is a sombre and deep coming of age teen drama. It's gloomy, depressing and honestly rather unsettling. We're made to see first hand, the dangers social media poses to the new generation of kids, born into a world bombarded with expectations on every swipe of their phone. We see a completely new and disturbing set of pressures facing…

  • 5 Centimeters per Second

    5 Centimeters per Second

    ★★½

    I can't help but find Makoto's works rather repetitive.

    It doesn't help that I've already seen his later, more notable works like 'Your Name' and 'Weathering with You' but I just find it hard to find emotional attachment to his characters that I swear I've seen over and over again. The movie's episodic style is new I guess and keeps you somewhat engaged, but If you've already seen Your Name, I wouldn't be rushing to watch this. Don't get me…

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  • Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

    Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

    ★★★½

    Its crude, satirical and over-the-top, just as you would expect.

    The point is though, it's not about whether you find it funny or not but rather Sacha's intentions behind the film. All of his characters attempt to reveal the true nature of the people he interacts with. Oddly, the funniest aspects of the film are in fact the scariest precisely because of the truths they reveal. Regardless of your taste in humour, it deserves a watch just to see how truly fkd this world is.

  • A Ghost Story

    A Ghost Story

    ★★½

    Interstellar but instead it's Casey Affleck in a bed sheet crossing time dimensions.

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  • Looper

    Looper

    ★★★★½

    "I work as a specialized assassin, in an outfit called the Loopers. When my organization from the future wants someone to die, they zap them back to me and I eliminate the target from the future. The only rule is: never let your target escape... even if your target is you".

  • Abducted in Plain Sight

    Abducted in Plain Sight

    ★★½

    Honestly, wtf did i just watch?
    I don't think I've endured anything this painful before. How can people be this stupid! What's funny is that the pain the documentary elicits, only spurs you on to watch more. I'm still speechless about the parents in this story, like it makes you think, should I be more worried about what humans can be capable of respective to committing felonies etc or how goddamn naive they can be (This story is evidence that…