RatJacko

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👨🏻‍💻Pretentious idiot 👨🏻‍💻 uwu

If a movie makes me cry you bet your ass it's getting a 5

Favorite films

  • It's Such a Beautiful Day
  • Dancer in the Dark
  • Holy Motors
  • Marat/Sade

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  • The Bad Batch

    ★★

  • The Pope's Exorcist

    ★★★½

  • The Poison Rose

  • The Taste of Things

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  • L'Atalante

    L'Atalante

    ★★★★★

    I will never get tired of proselytizing for this movie. Possibly the most emotionally potent and wistfully beautiful film to come out of France's Poetic Realist period, it's unique in that the story around the film's production and its subsequent cultural legacy are so genuinely romanesque that they almost overshadow the relatively contained realism of the film's own narrative.

    Jean Vigo was a guy with no pronounced fondness for childhood, largely due to the fact that he was dealt some…

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  • The Bad Batch

    The Bad Batch

    ★★

    Burning Man Keanu Reeves: "Humans are a lot like cows in some ways. But not others."

    Me: This is stupid

    Racially insensitive Jason Momoa: "Ju don't know what ju are talking about mang"

    *New Wave song plays*

  • The Pope's Exorcist

    The Pope's Exorcist

    ★★★½

    finally watched this after memeing about it for like a year and theres a running thing where the demon does sexual degradation to russell crowe and calls him his little piggy. fantastic film. more movies should have that

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  • Midori

    Midori

    ★★

    All of these 4 and 5-star ratings have me seriously gaslit, lol. Did I watch a crappy bootleg by mistake?

    Im sure this film’s curious production history as a one-man horror show passion project would make it an interesting addition to some kind of college syllabus on exploitation film, but I couldn't really find anything in the film itself worth writing home about. If you disregard the notorious shock value, there’s not a lot of substance, narrative or stylistic, to…

  • Rock & Rule

    Rock & Rule

    ★★★½

    A horrific, actually repulsive mashup of A Goofy Movie and Heavy Metal that uses what looks like Don Bluth-style animation in rotoscope to create the most singular piece of furry nightmare fuel you've ever seen. Anyway I loved it