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  • Paprika



    Paprika revolves around a young lady known as Dr. Atsuko Chiba who is a scientist during the day and a dream detective with the code name (Paprika) at night. Tōru Furuya invented a device they call the DC Mini which allows one another to enter ones dream and record the exact events of their dream. The DC Mini records the dreams of the clients and projects them onto a screen Doctor Atsuko is then able to be a part of…

  • Dogs Don't Wear Pants

    Dogs Don't Wear Pants


    According to my all-time stats this is actually the first Finnish film I've ever even seen so I'll be doing some research but am also open towards some recommendations for what Finnish films I should be watching next. So as for this film itself it's one that masterfully deals with it's themes of grief, trauma and acceptance.

    Dealing with a middle aged man named Juha (Pekka Strang) who lost his wife due to an accidental drowning. When he went to…

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  • Mother



    Another Bong Joon-ho film ticked off the list with just his debut Barking Dogs Never Bite left to go and this was an unsurprisingly incredible one to say the least. Beginning with a woman (Kim Hye-ja) dancing in a field who ends up being the (Mother) of an intellectually disabled boy named Yoon Do-joon (Won Bin) I was instantly hooked from the get-go. This is a family drama that mixes elements of dark comedy and horror masterfuly and is a…

  • The Brood

    The Brood


    Written by David Cronenberg after a divorce from his wife The Brood effectively explores themes of the fears of parenthood and questionable psychoanalysis. It's creepy and complex and for me is the most well polished of his 70s Body Horror output and to qoute Cronenberg himself he said “The Brood is my version of Kramer vs Kramer, only more realistic.” Knowing this I could feel how personal this was for Cronenberg and this was an always engaging and inetense experience…

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  • Lawrence of Arabia

    Lawrence of Arabia


    This film is Based on of the life of T. E. Lawrence who was most famous for leading armies of Arabian tribes in military campaigns going against the Ottoman Empire in World War I. The film was directed by renowned filmaker David Lean and Peter O'Toole starred as Lawrence in one of the greatest performances I've ever seen in a film and I'll go into more detail with that soon. So it was beautifully shot in 70mm with such care…

  • Raging Bull

    Raging Bull


    Martin Scorsese had suffered a near fatal cocaine overdose just before this was made and the biography of Jake LaMotta was shown to Scorsese by De Niro during a hospital visit and that's how we eventually got this masterpiece. Scorsese is said to have felt this could have been his last film and it's intensity and rawness can actually be hard to stomach at times but it feels so personal and you just can't look away. The beautiful black and…