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  • Before Sunrise
  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
  • In the Mood for Love
  • Columbus

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  • Mood Indigo

    Mood Indigo


    Boris Vian's "L'ecume des Jours" (Foam of the Daze/Froth of the Days) is one of my favourite books. The name Mood Indigo is the English version of the book/film which comes from the Duke Ellington song. The lead character, Colin, is very fond of the jazz master. His music plays an important role in bringing together Colin and Chloe (who is also named after a Duke Ellington song).

    Vian's book is incredible for the surrealistic world that he constructs, the…

  • Columbus



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    This easily became one of my favourite films ever. Do I dare say that Columbus is better than the legendary Lost in Translation?

    Columbus is a masterful debut from director Kogonada, who had his start producing video essays profiling different directors and breaking down their styles and techniques. He is a true lover and student of cinema, and those influences shine throughout the film.

    On my first reflection, I can see the influence of Sofia Coppola's Lost in Translation with…

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  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


    Marvel once again trying to do something new. With Shang-Chi, they tried the kung-fu, martial arts genre. This time, they call on Sam Raimi to bring tropes from the horror genre.

    And while the discourse since the film released has been "OMG SO SCARY!" it was still a superhero movie – in particular, a Marvel movie.

    It should be applauded that Marvel is actually trying new things. After the dozens of MCU films leading up to Endgame, the formula was…

  • Soul



    Soul is the best film of 2020. It's the greatest Pixar film and the movie we all needed in these times. It's an incredible reflection and celebration of life.

    It is an absolutely beautiful and stunning visual feast. It's cinematography rivals both anime director Makoto Shinkai, and even live action director Terrence Malick.

    It has the most wonderful score and soundtrack, composed by Jon Batiste (from the Colbert Late Show), Trent Reznor, Atticus Finch, and contributions from Questlove (who I…