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  • The Garden of Words

    The Garden of Words


    The Garden of Words depicts the romance between an underage boy and a 27-year-old woman, which is a shame because this one is arguably Makoto Shinkai's most visually mesmerising mood piece to date.

    In Makoto Shinkai's dreamy world of a rain-drenched Tokyo where industrial marvel and natural beauty co-exist perfectly, we follow the slow yet inevitable development of romantic bonding between a teacher and a high schooler. The contrast between the most innocent settings versus a not so innocent central…

  • Monday



    Sebastian Stan being well endowed is probably the only noteworthy takeaway one can get from Monday, an overstretched slow burn that builds to absolutely nothing other than the infamous nude riding scene. It feels ultimately like a money-grubbing effort targeted at Stan stans (I know) rather than a top-notch Euro arthouse drama with a story to tell or atmosphere to build.

    Detailing the chance encounter and the ensuing tempestuous romance between two America expats living in Greece, Monday has too…

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  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    I'm Thinking of Ending Things


    I’m Thinking of Ending Things was one of my most anticipated movies of the year, and it turns out to be the biggest disappointment for me, and Kaufman's career worst.

    The original novel shook me to my core back in 2017 when I first read it, so I've been looking forward to the film adaptation ever since, especially considering Kaufman's squeaky clean records with offbeat and strange stories. To be fair, there are things to enjoy about this movie. The…

  • Pieces of a Woman

    Pieces of a Woman


    Pieces of a Woman is probably one of the worst movies I've seen in quite a while. It's a Lifetime movie wrapped with arthouse tropes, featuring good scenes that are simply too scarce too little. Considering its deeply uncomfortable subject matter, it has all the advantages to be an emotional hard hitter, only for it to end up as one of the most tedious experiences to sit through this Oscar season.

    Pieces of a Woman starts with its infamous one-shot…