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  • The Brown Bunny

    The Brown Bunny


    People are grossly offended by that one scene, dismiss the whole idea of the film and unbothered to give a fair criticism to the film itself. If anything that ending is the most exciting part of the movie after a long tedious “ride”. It’s mostly misunderstood, and rejected by many due to the infamous exchange of insults between Vincent, the director, and Roger Eberts. Nonetheless, the portrayal of a psychologically broken man is quite intense. What’s hard to grasp was the the decision making The Brown Bunny into a feature length, it would’ve been utterly fine as an hour short film.

  • Distance



    amidst disorder, there lies composure. Koreeda is an expert at working through interpersonal tensions. The essence of hardship, conflicts without showing one, an intimate film that knows how to gracefully embraces its audience. So tender yet its focal message’s embedded with so much more. Definitely Koreeda’s overlooked masterpiece

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    Raging Bull


    Imagine having your career and life told in 2 hours. Your regrets you thought you never made, your unintended offenses spat into pictures, and life was in shamble now ceased to move forward. Undeniably one of finest films ever made

  • First They Killed My Father

    First They Killed My Father


    Oh god it's not even style over substance. This movie is absolutely abhorrent coming from a Cambodian guy over here, doesn't necessarily mean I have a big say over anyone in anyway, but having studied and witnessed through the emotional wreck of many of my elder relatives, especially my grandparents, it's heartbroken to see this movie, as a national representation, crumbles apart from the first scene to the very last second. I haven't read the book yet but it is…