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  • Her



    Her feels intimate both in script and cinematography,  where science fiction meets romance exploring the nature of love. 

    Spike Jonze challenges ideas of love, relationships and personal direction in humans alongside a world where technology has become more personal. Theodore’s and Samantha’s relationship looked deep into what makes us human, our emotions towards loved ones and our thoughts we keep only to ourselves that we never share or open up about. Her made me think about the intimacy of relationships,…

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  • Ocean's Twelve

    Ocean's Twelve


    Oceans Twelve is missing the core refined stylish heist that made Eleven great. It jumped around locations a little too much and there are too many characters to balance with screen time. Interesting camerawork is scattered and it kept to the same polished soundtrack.

  • The Last Samurai

    The Last Samurai


    This film has its moments, with its production design and score. At times there was a little too much slo-motion and Tom Cruise have an average performance. 

    I haven’t seen that many samurai films, if any to be honest but I know there are better films out there around this subject. This certainly feels a western version of those films, with its balance between Japanese and the English language. While I wouldn’t say the film was beautiful or very well…

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  • BlacKkKlansman



    My third Spike Lee film is BlackkKlansman. I appreciate Lee using his films as a platform to highlight key issues within our society. Both his films and real people/events he choose to highlight I find deeply moving. 

    I missed the talking to the camera from some of the actors in this film. I always find those parts very powerful and there’s something about them that really makes his films stand out, but this film didn’t have that. This film has…