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  • Serial Experiments Lain

    Serial Experiments Lain


    A day after and I can still feel everything from this show; every buzz from the telephone poles, every rave at Cyberia, and every surreal moment. What started as an anime has now turned into something much, much more for me; the metaphysical blending with the rise of technology, the edges bleeding like no one has ever seen before. In the present we feel no fear, but in the 90s they had all the right to be. Unknown forces, unknown…

  • Die Tomorrow

    Die Tomorrow


    Absolutely wondrous and magical docufiction; Kiarostami-esque blending of fiction and reality while adding a meticulous yet gorgeous amount of sentimentality to its already solemn state. For 70 minutes, Nawapol almost does the impossible; in 70 minutes one can barely capture the essence of life itself, but one can try their best to capture a fleeting moment, captured on film at the right moment before that moment is left to rot, torn apart by the evermoving element of time. Nawapol chooses…

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  • Silver Linings Playbook

    Silver Linings Playbook


    This movie is so insanely bad I stopped 1hr in and I just couldn't force myself to continue. Why the fuck are you doing this to me, uni? Why can't we watch even a PTA character study or a Bergman (or even a Baumbach ffs) for analysing acting? WHY WHY WHY WHYYYYY

    this movie is so fucking terrible all copies should be destroyed so that no one on Earth will have to watch this bullshit ever again god fuckin damn this is prob the worst review I've ever written but this movie doesn't deserve any rights

  • Macross: Do You Remember Love?

    Macross: Do You Remember Love?


    all my homies love 80s J-Pop πŸ₯³πŸ₯³πŸ₯³
    all my homies hate dumb sexism 🀬🀬🀬

    did it for the culture everyone let's gooooo

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  • Minari



    Minari is certainly an interesting film - praised almost universally at early releases and constantly brought up in the top lists of critics - there's an almost fanatical following for it currently before the imminent awards season, and yet, what it is is a simple, independent style, straightforward retelling of a family's journey in a foreign land. There's certainly some charm and beauty to it in that it covers the lives of Korean-Americans, but representation isn't exactly enough to make…

  • Long Day's Journey Into Night

    Long Day's Journey Into Night


    It was like a dream...

    A 140 minute dream for all of the dreamers out there. The dreamers who dream to go further into the future and the dreamers who dream to go back into the past; for the dreamers who want to experience euphoria and for the dreamers who do not; for the dreamers who wish to find longing and connection, that moment when in a dream you start to realise you're in a dream - that multifaceted, dense…