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Devastating in every way possible, this film takes you on a childs journey through a nightmarish reality that continuously breaks him down.
I’m honestly at a loss of words on what I should even say about the film, it’s all done in such a raw and realistic portrayal of one of the most horrific events in history. Aleksei Kravchenko gives without a doubt one of the best performances I’ve ever seen from a child and just in general. You see…
Portrait of a Lady on Fire is a film that takes it time to create such beautiful moments of love and intimacy. It’s a film that doesn’t fear of being too quiet because there is so much confidence in this story, the directing, and the acting. It’s a film that I have no problem calling perfect.
Portrait of a Lady on Fire will literally have you gasping at the amount of brilliance it holds with scenes of such beautiful chemistry…
This film has me so conflicted, when it first started i found it kind of boring and slow to a point where i couldn’t connect with these characters and although i felt this way i still thought many of those scenes were well acted and directed but then the 3rd act came along and i found the characters and their situation so emotional and it was so well executed that i ended up kind of loving what i saw. There’s…
It’s without a doubt a visual treat that goes beyond its limits and still feels unique to this day, but the overabundance of its wacky style keeps me from investing myself into the characters and story.
A lot of the visuals in House are incredible for it’s time but what takes me away from truly loving it is the film not being able to balance all of its tones. The film feels unintentionally hilarious in scenes where I feel like…
It’s been a long time since I’ve seen something as physically and emotionally draining as this film.
Requiem for a Dream is devastating and extremely impressive portrayal of drug addiction that I found both riveting and incredibly depressing. The film is stacked with some very talented actors, Jared Leto, Jennifer Connelly and Marlon Wayans are all fantastic but the performance that absolutely stunned me was Ellen Burstyn. Burstyn explores wide ranges of emotion that seem nearly impossible and almost effortless,…