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  • The Inbetweeners 2 2014

    ★★★★ Watched 08 Sep, 2014

    watching The Inbetweeners chaperones me backwards through time to a state of pubescent britishness that can only be rivaled by drinking tesco value cider at a bus stop and calling random passersbys "dickeds", it's a feeling of perfectly nuanced disgruntled indifference from a country suffering from an eternal autumn of intricate is-it-gonna-rain-or-not cloud systems and rampant small-town syndrome alcoholism. though the series definitely benefits from the small scale lets-ditch-school-and-wonder-why-we-ditched-school plots as opposed to the typical needlessly intensified hollywood our-lives-are-on-the-line-in-an-unknown-wacky-country ones…

  • The Fault in Our Stars 2014

    ★★ Watched 06 Sep, 2014 2

    "i, personally, think cancer is bad. all of the feels AMIRITE READERS??"
    - John "Internet User" Green


    John Greens books will now all be made into movies which is great news for all. for now is the rapture, the great ones have arisen from the shadows of their ashen emblazoned fortresses, the thunderstorm is inexorably at our doorsteps once and for all and we are more than a little behind on our protection payments.


    john green begins his film with…

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  • To the Wonder 2012

    ★★★★★ Watched 09 Mar, 2013 86

    Fifteen people crammed into my local cinema this Friday in what turned out to be the largest assortment of fans ever brought together for a Malick premiere in my city. I can say with starry eyed clarity that this is likely the best cinema experience I've ever had — though it's my only Malick-in-cinema venture so it's got the high ground advantage. This will be my first attempt at putting words onto paper about a Terrence Malick film and it's…

  • Lost in Translation 2003

    ★★★★★ Rewatched 21 Apr, 2013 14

    I always manage to get incredibly anxious and wary over the prospect of rewatching the films that I love like children who went off to war. To the point where my favorite films intimidate me, they scare me. Because if I saw such a clear reflection of myself in them at one point in my life what if when I look back into them I can't see my reflection anymore? What if I changed and didn't notice? What if the…