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  • La La Land
  • Whiplash
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
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  • And Tomorrow the Entire World

    ★★★

  • Jungle Cruise

    ★★★

  • Prime Time

    ★★½

  • Shame

    ★★★★

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  • Soul

    Soul

    ★★★★★

    Sometimes you're lucky enough to see films that have a lasting impact on you and make you wonder why they only now found a way into your life. You're so overwhelmed and surprised that they really exist and have such an effect on you that you embed them deep in your memory and, like a warm hug, never want to let go.

    "Soul" is such a film - an experience, a revelation, a declaration of love for the things that…

  • Little Women

    Little Women

    ★★★★★

    Every once in a while you'll stumble across a film that makes you feel every possible emotion during it’s runtime. You'll catch yourself having a stupid grin on your face, but starting to cry in the very next moment. You have prepared yourself to watch it - being way too over-excited and this makes you feel worried that you're setting yourself up for disappointment, because you hyped it up for months and months but thankfully it turns out to be…

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  • Jungle Cruise

    Jungle Cruise

    ★★★

    Absolute MVP moment when "German" Jesse Plemons appears out of nowhere in his giant submarine, waving and greeting with "Hallöchen"

    (His accent is also better than it should be)

  • Shame

    Shame

    ★★★★

    Steve McQueen's delivers a realistic and vivid film about sex addiction, anger, self loathing, fear, loneliness, and the meaning or lack of meaning of relationships.

    Micheal Fassbender's performance as sex addict is brillant, as he gives the audience his character's fear, self hatred, anger, and loneliness in full perspective. Carey Mulligan also gives a stellar performance as a needy, dependent, and affectionate musician.

    The pain is apparent, the intrigue of what happened to these siblings is staring you in the face throughout the film. "Shame" is a small picture, but it teaches you about emotions, panic, trauma, and darkness in an evocative and grim way.

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