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  • The Metamorphosis of Birds
  • Through the Olive Trees
  • Jeanne Dielman, 23, Quai du Commerce 1080 Bruxelles
  • The Seventh Continent

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  • The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf

    ★★★

  • Annette

    ★★★

  • Nosferatu

    ★★★★

  • Vampyr

    ★★★★

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  • The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf

    The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf

    ★★★

    Epic battles reminiscent of 'Shadow of the Colossus' (especially Avion during the final battle), filled to the brim with creativity, very very well implemented gore, fantastic massive dense world—very unengaging story and characters. It's a 'The Witcher' property.

  • Annette

    Annette

    ★★★

    Not the ultimate brain scrambler; that title goes to Carruth's $7000 masterpiece 'Primer' [;)] — 'Primer' demands brain-strain in order to figure where the loop begins and what it all means. 'Annette' demands this same strain in order it determine if it means anything at all.

    "It isn't as pretty as you'd like to guess
    In your memory, you're drunk on your awe to me
    It doesn't mean anything at all"

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  • Godzilla vs. Kong

    Godzilla vs. Kong

    Reluctantly I went and I paid to see ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ in cinemas. I didn’t want to be there but still sat with a furrowed brow and watched respectfully, unlike a large portion of the packed full theatre. Stop clapping, cheering and clamouring during every moment of peace. You’re allowed to enjoy the movie, but don’t ruin it for everyone else.

    Nothing is surprising or interesting. The story goes exactly where you’d expect, the writing is as bad as you’d…

  • Phantom Thread

    Phantom Thread

    ★★★★½

    So annoyed I missed phantom thread in cinemas, would have loved to have seen it in 70mm.

    I loved it, it's my favourite Paul Thomas Anderson film at this stage, although I'll have to re-watch there will be blood to confirm.

    It's clear that love and care went into the making of this film. The production design sends you back in time to 1950's London, this is only reinforced by the use of dialect of the period.

    Reynolds Woodcock and…