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  • White of the Eye

    White of the Eye


    By far one the most bizarre and unconventional films I have ever laid my strained eyes and ears upon. I went into it completely blind, without reading anything about it (there’s not much to read in the first place) and was pretty blown away in the end. Some stray notes because I can’t write a coherent review for such a strange experience:

    - I feel like I’m the only person to have ever seen this movie in the history of…

  • Barry Lyndon

    Barry Lyndon


    I like films that don’t instruct their audience on how they should feel about their events or characters. Barry Lyndon is one such film. It observes life with stony detachment and we examine its breathtaking shots as we would a painting rather than a movie. In this film, a picture really is worth a thousand words.

    Kubrick does not set out to create something heartwarming or upbeat, but not exactly tragic or depressing either. It is rather like life itself;…

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  • Nowhere



    I don’t think I’m ever going to be the same again. I want to spend a night with these folks but I will make sure to stay well away from aliens, TVs and Campbell’s Soup cans.


  • Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

    Borat Subsequent Moviefilm


    Feels substantially more manufactured and stilted than the original, but still relevant and occasionally hilarious nonetheless. I appreciate the commentary on the shitshow that is American politics and its presentation of the McDonald supporters. Just like its predecessor, it should serve as an excellent snapshot of American attitudes and values during this very strange point in time.


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  • David Byrne's American Utopia

    David Byrne's American Utopia


    I want to be embraced the way David embraced his guitar during his performance of ‘Burning Down the House’. Oh, to be David Byrne’s guitar!


  • Suspiria



    Don’t watch this with your family because they’ll complain that it’s too loud, gaudy and senseless. They are 100% right, but those qualities are far from problems. All hail Dario Argento!!!