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  • Dazed and Confused

    Dazed and Confused


    For some of these people the party is only starting, and yet as a viewer one cant help but feel a sense of sadness or longing, because the party's over for us man... Was initially aggravated by it, not its style but more so the culture that it portrays, especially regarding the school culture whose portrayal I've always found ridiculous and exaggerated but what do I know—at this point I've come to terms with this kind of portrayal of teenagers…

  • Out of the Past

    Out of the Past


    Perhaps heresy to say this when Robert Mitchum's magnificent role in The Night of the Hunter exists, but dare I say it, this is the better performance of the two, which of course has nothing to do with anything lacking from Harry Powell and everything to do with just how great he is here—never has the broad-shouldered detective been any more believable than he is here, Mitchum plays the role with subtlety and a laid back manner, just like the…

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  • Cold War

    Cold War


    The photography and music are beautiful and wonderful, but the story characters leave a lot to be desired, even though the actors(especially Joanna Kulig) do a great job.

    It plays a bit too fast and loose with the times and places for my liking, never resting at a certain period of time or city for more than 5-10 minutes. A love story that spans almost 2 decades but yet never building it up whatsoever. We go from distanced admiration of…

  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse


    For some stupid ass godforsaken reason, I thought I was going to like this movie less on my rewatch—but HOLY SHIT was I wrong, like so very very wrong. My love for it only strengthened. Didn't realize just how much I cared for and loved Miles, just how relatable and empathetic his corny jokes and persona are, as well as his struggles to find a place in his new school. All the good superheroey stuff but what's most remarkable is…