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  • ParaNorman

    ParaNorman

    ★★★★★

    "Not believing in an afterlife is like not believing in astrology."

    Everything is uneven or asymmetrical in turns of design and it makes ParaNorman feel so different and fits the theme of our main character Norman fighting his way to undo the witch's curse with a ragtag group of misfits with its excellent voice cast and touching story that leads with subtle adult humour and references. Funny, heartfelt, with a bitching soundtrack, and unique animation that fits the world of stop-motion animation perfectly within ParaNorman. The film brims with joy from start to end and you just don't want it to stop.

  • Corpse Bride

    Corpse Bride

    ★★★★½

    "Can a heart still break once it's stopped beating?"

    Brain: She is dead, has no brains, a skeleton arm, and is an animated character.
    Penis: But she's voiced by soft Helena Bonham Carter.

    A beautifully crafted gothic stop-motion musical that treads on one's heart as Tim Burton and Mike Johnson delivers a whimsical love triangle between an arranged marriage groom and an undead bride he unwittingly married. Corpse Bride blends Burton's usual aesthetic so well in stop-motion and the voice…

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  • American Assassin

    American Assassin

    A young hot couple enjoys their vacation in Ibiza. Boyfriend proposes at the beach *surprise motherfucker* terrorist open fire for no apparent reason just because they are terrorists. Cue date to imply how long protagonist has trained and yearned for revenge against the terrorists. Turns out he turned into a massive dick and hates everyone and everything that doesn't go his way. CIA see him as a prime candidate to train into an assassin for America. Good choice, choose the…

  • Rear Window

    Rear Window

    ★★★★★

    Rear Windows is my first viewing of an Alfred Hitchcock film, and it was a thrilling experience to watch it for the first time. I don't tend to watch any movies before 1990, I don't know why. The oldest movie I watched before Rear Windows was the 1976 film Rocky.

    I watched this at night by myself and I'm gonna be honest, it had me a bit scared. Imagining that someone is watching me through my window or behind me…