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  • 1900



    A hollow epic.

    Bernardo Bertolucci had a rare opportunity, he was a child being let free in a toy store. A 5 hour, big-budget, international cast, period piece with a very personal political message, this is every director's wet dream and Bertolucci got overwhelmed. He tries to tell this huge story about fascism in Italy through the eyes of this small village, it could have worked but the entire thing felt hollow. This is due to many things such as…

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey

    2001: A Space Odyssey


    I find it interesting that this film has very little dialogue but still contains one of the most iconic lines of all time 'Open the pod ___ doors HAL'. That is either incredibly lucky or straight-up black magic from my main man Stan.

    Everything from the lip reading sequence (just before the intermission) to the end is perfect film making, no doubt. It doesn't matter if you think the last 15 minutes is pretentious bullshit, you got to admit that…

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  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    I'm Thinking of Ending Things


    Why is no one talking about Jessie Buckley's performance? Something really special has to come out for anyone to snatch this Oscar off of her. Her voice-overs are great and she perfectly pulls off the uneasy feeling that the story required, excited to see her in more films!

    I was eager to see Jessie Plemons in a large role. He was good but played annoying roles in 'Breaking Bad' and 'Black Mirror' and his role in 'The Irishman' as Chuckie…

  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    I'm Thinking of Ending Things


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

    An indescribable experience.

    This film was a blast to watch and fundamentally great. 75% of this film took place in 2 settings but it still kept my attention due to captivating dialogue and demanding performances from the 2 lead characters.

    Like most Charlie Kaufman films, 'I'm Thinking of Ending Things' isn't for everyone, but that is what is so great about it. Andrei Tarkovsky once said “A book read by a thousand different people is a thousand different books.”, this…