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  • Victoria

    Victoria 2015


    A technical achievement yes, but this film about idiots doing idiotic actions that leads to even more idiotic actions is as dumb as they come. It completely lacks character motivation that makes any kind of sense. There are no normal people that would behave like these characters do unless they lack some basic cognitive skills. In the end you kind of want them to get caught by the police because as this film demonstrates some people are just to stupid to be in the world on their own, and these characters should probably have been institutionalized before hurting a bunch of other people and themselves.

  • Interstellar

    Interstellar 2014

    ★★½ Added

    Finally got around to see this intergalactic family melodrama. Like most Nolan films it is visually striking (I can imagine it was great on the big screen) but had the same problems as the other bro-y Nolan films (my favorite is still the least Nolan-y of the bunch and more true to the Batman universe, Batman Begins) with one dimensional female characters (who only exists, of course, in relation to men) and a sometimes corny, way too on the nose…

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  • Inherent Vice

    Inherent Vice 2014

    ★★★★½ Added

    Funny, strange and absurd. Stoner noir perfection. Absolutely loved Phoenix as a Neil Young inspired hippe P.I (and that hat, what an amazing hat) and Brolin might have done his best work to date as the weird police detective Bigfoot.

  • American Sniper

    American Sniper 2014

    ½ Added 4

    American Sniper is the tale of how the mentally challenged simpleton Chris Kyle found his place in the american war industry. It's in many ways the war version of Being There. Bradley Cooper taps into his natural woodenness giving this simple character the emotional emptiness needed to reflect the character's mental lacks. The best thing about the film is however that it tries to reach out to a mentally challenged audience like its main character by explicitly spilling everything out…