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  • Honey Boy

    Honey Boy


    Just finished watching this after watching it here and there over the span of 3 days. I think it took me so long to actually sit down and finish it because the subject matter was so hard for me to watch at times. It felt a little one-toned, but I think that actually worked in the favor for the message throughout.

    The cinematography was incredible and the lighting felt so intimate and real. So real at times that, as a…

  • Waves



    I finished this movie about 5 minutes ago, and it's one of those where you just sit and think afterwards. This movie touched on so many important topics within its two-hour run time that it almost feels like I watched an entire season of a television show rather than a movie. The characters are humanized in such a way that you can start to know what they are thinking even in scenes of silence. Somehow those scenes propelled the story…

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  • 1917



    1917 went above and beyond to avoid falling into the generic "cash grab" category that many war movies find themselves in. With regards to visuals, there were many moments where I was left questioning how exactly they even managed to get some of the shots they did. Roger Deakins is nothing short of a master in his craft, everything he touches is sure to be visually appealing on screen.

    At the height of the climax I was brought to tears…

  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    I'm Thinking of Ending Things


    This movie is what it feels like when you watch a movie and keeping nodding off every few minutes and when you wake up you tell yourself, "I wasn't asleep, I know what's going on" (even though you really don't have a clue what is going on). Thing is, I watched this movie completely lucid and still was incredibly disoriented from it.

    I almost wish I could have watched what my face looked like while watching this, as I feel…

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  • Inception



    Listen, I don't have much time but I wanted to write and tell you that this is a phenomenal movie in quite literally every aspect. It was like batting in the most rigged game of baseball and the pitcher won't stop throwing curveballs; the pitcher of course being Christopher Nolan.

    Now, I can hear the dramatic symphony music playing so I should wake up any seco-

  • The Dark Knight

    The Dark Knight


    there’s something about watching the joker leave gotham in shambles while our own world is in shambles that hits different right about now