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  • Inherent Vice

    ★★★

  • L'Avventura

    ★★★★

  • Grand Illusion

    ★★★★★

  • Badlands

    ★★★★

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  • Nights of Cabiria

    Nights of Cabiria

    ★★★★★

    "You have to die a few times before you can really live." ― Charles Bukowski

    One of the most soulful films I ever had the pleasure of watching. Nights of Cabiria really has everything I love about film: humanity, spirituality, resiliency, realism. This one to me, really focused heavily on Maria "Cabiria" Ceccarelli's spiritual struggle evoked from a heartbreaking experience. We follow her as she optimistically parades the streets of reality wearing her purity and innocence up her sleeve. We…

  • The Thin Red Line

    The Thin Red Line

    ★★★★★

    "Maybe all men got one big soul who everybody's a part of, all faces of the same man. One big self."

    This is literally the kind of watch experience that feels exceedingly omniscient in every way. Terrence Malick transcends your perspective and allows it to loom over the beauty of nature, allows it to trail behind the soldiers in action trekking into enemy ground, to feel and get a glimpse of what these soldiers were leaving behind and what they…

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  • Inherent Vice

    Inherent Vice

    ★★★

    [joanna newsom voice] today, the moon just entered the sign of cancer and mercury's in retrograde joining venus rx and uranus rx... these dirty fucking hippies man but it's all just really groovy

  • L'Avventura

    L'Avventura

    ★★★★

    "Words are more and more pointless. They create misunderstandings."

    It took me almost 3 years to watch all the films from Michelangelo's Antonioni's alienation trilogy. While I have to admit that I do favor the other 2, this first of the trilogy did not fail to deliver such a poignant take on the apathy of the 'bourgeois' man as they parade themselves in the modern world and find themselves delicately haunted by humanity's moral fabric.

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