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  • The Cranes Are Flying

    The Cranes Are Flying

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    Beauty and humanistic, the strength of "The Cranes are Flying" lies in his sympathy and love for the characters. It doesn't judge them, but asks us to understand their actions. The movie never reaches for an emotion, but just lets it naturally develop. It never falls into melodrama. The cinematography is beautiful, particularly the framing of the shots, and the editing during Boris's death was perfect. If I ever see Mark again it's on sight.

  • Spirited Away

    Spirited Away

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    The only reason this movie is getting 5 stars is because I can’t give it a thousand. This is a work of art made my a creative genius at the height of their power. It feels like a dream the way it moves seamlessly between reality and a surreal state; the shifts between peace and fear. It’s one of the most serene, peaceful movies and it has extended sequences of secretion and vomiting. The animation is some of the most…

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  • Nosferatu

    Nosferatu

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    I'm sorry, but the part where Nosferatu is trying to sneak around the town lugging that huge coffin made me laugh so hard. There's even a bit where he stops and looks both ways before crossing the street. We stan a safety conscious king!

  • A Matter of Life and Death

    A Matter of Life and Death

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    One of the most sincere and unironic movies ever made, β€œA Matter of Life and Death” wears its heart on its sleeve, unabashed. It’s a movie that leaves me feeling better and more hopeful about the human race.Β 
    The production design is absolutely gorgeous. The heaven sets and the giant staircase took my breath away. I can’t imagine how shocking it would be to see those images on the big screen in 1946 when the special effects were state of…