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  • A Brighter Summer Day
  • Virumaandi
  • eXistenZ
  • Déjà Vu

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  • Jeepers Creepers

    ★★★½

  • Unsane

    ★★★★

  • Bāhubali 2: The Conclusion

    ★★★★★

  • Mera Naam Joker

    ★★★★

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  • Bāhubali 2: The Conclusion

    Bāhubali 2: The Conclusion

    ★★★★★

    not only rajamoulis best film, but easily a top 10 film of all time.

    baahubali ii is a fantastic creation. after the first one ends with a brutal battle sequence & an all-timer cliffhanger, the first 30 minutes are more or less a rom-com and i love that so much. I think rajamouli is fantastic at comedy (maryada ramnana is a masterpiece), and i think the whole bit with kumar, devasena & baahubali is actually hilarious and adds alot considering the rest…

  • Personal Shopper

    Personal Shopper

    ★★★★½

    "lewis is it you? or is it just me?"

    one of the most emotionally authentic and painful depiction of loss and grief. Denying it and then accepting it, and then having that acceptance ripped away from you. uses it's modern setting to explore grief in the digital age, perhaps being the only movie that understands how tense & anxiety inducing texting can be, being fully aware how this age affects our process of emotions. it's truly staggering stuff & queuing this up with tsui hark's missing would just be the perfect double feature

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  • Our Father

    Our Father

    ★★½

    i was so excited for this. the story behind it is so interesting, and could make for an amazing documentary but this one is just not it.

    the sibling number going up was shocking for a while but after the first half it got really tiresome when they used music and editing to sell the increase of siblings as something shocking, became extremely repetitive. The whole thing is very repetitive, always staying in the same gear, we never get deeper…

  • Gangubai Kathiawadi

    Gangubai Kathiawadi

    ★★★

    no amount of good filmmaking and good acting will change the fact that this film spends nearly three hours trying to convince you that Gangubai was an amazing feminist icon that helped women and children, but the hidden and ignored truth is that Gangubai, in reality, was an awful person that took part in human trafficking, murders, drug warfare. If you can look at this film as an entirely fictitious story then good for you but i just couldn't see it that way