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  • Persona



    This is a lot to take in. First take away is the amazing cinematography, the close-ups, the weird sense of unease but also comfort. It all invites the viewer to try to decode these images, the more intriguing they get.
    I felt the movie sort of deflated by the end though, especially after a very indulging scene where Bergman just repeats the same scene we just watched except from a different angle, because... reasons? Thats where it goes over the…

  • Doctor Zhivago

    Doctor Zhivago


    Now this is how you make a great Russian epic, Mr. King Vidor.

    This is my first David Lean and on some ways, its even better than i expected. Brilliant filmmaking on display here, gorgeous cinematography, with push-ins at just the right moment and perfect framing and editing. Everything just screams epic, and Lean knows how to keep it interesting, even with slower moments where the emotion is conveyed with no words, just the actors face's we get some of…

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  • Dog Day Afternoon

    Dog Day Afternoon


    Thrilling, tense and funny in all the right amounts, with subtle and smart anti-establishment nods, this movie was a blast. You can see its influence on so many movies after - the most recent one i'd compare to is Uncut Gems, in the way it combines nail-bitting energy with intimate character moments. Sidney Lumet is a genius and so is Al Pacino, man what a performance, there wasn't a single second where i didn't believed every word he spoke with that thick accent.

  • Mad Max: Fury Road

    Mad Max: Fury Road


    Action cinema at his most deranged and brilliant. Shame that not many action movies after didn't take notes from this.

    The experience i had in theaters the first time i watched is hardly gonna be matched, but this time around I soaked up the story and themes a bit better, and yeah this is definitely one of the best blockbusters of the last ten years on every level.