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  • Black Swan

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  • Sorry to Bother You

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  • The Map of Tiny Perfect Things

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  • Rebel Without a Cause

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  • Black Swan

    Black Swan

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    Okay alright it was impossible for me, who had watched PERFECT BLUE like, just a coupla month's ago not to whine about it while watching this flick.

    Title similaries
    Similarities in shots and visuals.....
    Okay Who am I kidding, apart from the slight variations in its plot, I couldn't really think of BLACK SWAN as an original.

    BUT , it didn't matter for me as it was all well done and the movie as a whole sure did surprise, startleπŸ˜β€¦

  • Sorry to Bother You

    Sorry to Bother You

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    Freshest to the fullest
    Execution, performances, scores, concept and Transition scenes πŸ‘Œ

    It's didn't make me laugh out loud or say "this shiz too deep" Or something but the weirdness it had made me super intrigued and that in turn kept me glued to it till the end.

    The surrealness in this flick was not over the top but OVER THE TOP yet still convincing AND thinking that it was believable was weird enough coz you know it was all…

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  • The Tomorrow War

    The Tomorrow War

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    MOVIE: HOW MANY BULLETS YOU NEED

    CHARACTERS: YES


    THE TOMORROW WAR wasn't a special movie and it certainly wasn't a fresh movie

    It was flawed and heavily cliched

    But what it did have was some super good cast members who all gave a truly convincing and beautiful performances
    Along with the heavy usage of CGI...which even though honestly looks overused i still wasn't bored by it but actually loved it

    It would be better if I don't start rambling about…

  • Candyman

    Candyman

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    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    A really really surprising requel that was oh so excellently reimagined on certain parts
    while also being distinctive and able to stand firmly on its own two feet effortlessly

    This was,to me, one of THE best direct sequel to an original that I have seen in recent times.

    NIA DACOSTA's direction was sleek and laudably creative
    with reflection sequences and dream sequences being some of the many visual styles of her's that had been done so well that I automatically…