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  • The Cranes Are Flying
  • In the Mood for Love
  • The Book of Life
  • 3-Iron

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  • Don't Be a Sucker!

    ★★½

  • Shadow in the Cloud

    ★★★★

  • Vicious Fun

    ★★★

  • The Films of Nanny Lynn

    ★★★★

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  • Disclosure

    Disclosure

    ★★★½

    I have lived as a trans woman, as of the first of this month, for a full year. And I have been exhausted ever since then. I’ve been exhausted because I’ve been deadnamed, I’ve been misgendered, I’ve been stereotyped, I’ve been judged, I’ve been insulted. I’ve been the subject of aggression, micro and macro. But I’ve been exhausted because additionally, I know it’s not just me. Everyone like me, man and woman, between and nothing, and non-conforming, has been dissected.…

  • Laurence Anyways

    Laurence Anyways

    ★★★★★

    This is the last time I write these kinds of words. This is the last time I give you all the yada yada about questioning my gender identity, and the whole spiel about how I envy women and think I want to be one, and the entire gist about how I don’t and haven’t felt right in this body for a long time. This is the last time I put you through any of that. I ask nothing more of…

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  • Shadow in the Cloud

    Shadow in the Cloud

    ★★★★

    The high flying New America concepts, the ones of booming industry and fantastical, often imperial, factory narratives bottled up with the classic Serling and the more modern formal ideas. We remember these similar gremlin tales from a distant past, confined from the outside and expanded from within to enforce senses of invasion apt for their time, but this is spiritually reminiscent while firing off into a squally wave of action and reaction. Surrounded and entirely self-reliant. In a couple years, this could possibly be a genre go-to, as it certainly should.

  • The Films of Nanny Lynn

    The Films of Nanny Lynn

    ★★★★

    Nanny Lynn Videos, a phrase of magic so distant from the Candle Cove backdrops that I grew up with. It has the makings of any serious ARG (mysterious poster, unknown/uncreditable source, nightmare forum lore) yet is persistently deeper than the campfire gimmickry. If it's a simple horror project, than the dedication to appearing unnerving is phenomenal, since the audio was clearly done in one sitting and there are at least six different moments where the All-Knowing Narrator sounds like they're about to vomit or weep. This is almost unbelievable. Don't watch it after dinner.

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  • Her

    Her

    ★★★★★

    people say you can’t see scarlett johansson in this movie but parts of it were shot in shanghai and you can clearly see she played all the asian people in the background

  • Tall Girl

    Tall Girl

    so happy that movies like this exist to remind us of the struggles of marginalized groups like tall white girls 💕