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  • Ikiru
  • Dog Star Man
  • I Am Cuba
  • Putney Swope

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  • Licorice Pizza

    ★★★★★

  • Vagabond

    ★★★★½

  • The House

    ★★★½

  • Just Avoid Sex

    ★★★★★

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  • The Beatles: Get Back

    The Beatles: Get Back

    ★★★★★

    As a lifelong Beatles fan, Get Back has absolutely incredible footage of The Beatles’ creative process and their friendship. 

    So much I heard and assumed about this time period is met with a very unbiased eye thanks to Peter Jackson and I’m so glad it was a much less hostile environment than I thought.

  • Dog Star Man

    Dog Star Man

    ★★★★★

    A great companion piece with Can's 1971 album, Tago Mago.

    I really have no words, Dog Star Man is indescribable. The behemoth of experimental cinema.

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  • Love

    Love

    ★★★½

    Would’ve liked it more if the main character wasn’t the most intolerable douche ever. Yeah I get he is supposed to a dumb American and it’s a criticism on toxic masculinity, but you need to have a main character that has at least a certain likeability so that the audience is empathetic with them.

    Apart from that I did like the cinematography and the stream of consciousness structure, Noe never disappoints there.

  • L'entretien

    L'entretien

    ★★★½

    Daft Punk: Part 2.

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  • Melancholia

    Melancholia

    ★★★★★

    One of the most accurate depictions of depression and anxiety I have ever seen in a film. The use of Wagner's Tristan und Isolde: ‘Prelude’ accentuates the depiction of the end of humanity which I found to be extremely philosophical and psychological in its presentation in the film.

    Anxiety and depression are almost treated as the fight for survival, the barrier we humans encounter, that we won't surrender to the experience of eventual death, in other terms this film presents…

  • Good Morning

    Good Morning

    ★★★★★

    Thank the heavens that a film like this exists.
    Best plot ever maybe, it's about little kids who fart and shit their pants, pulling off an Andrei Rublev vowel of silence to persuade their parents to get them a TV.