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  • Our Planet

    Our Planet

    ★★★★★

    Our Planet beautifully describes numerous mesmerizing natural phenomena that happens around us, with overwhelmingly stunning scenery and footage that, taking into consideration our ever decaying environmental status, is truly something to admire, even for those who do not consider themselves interested in the subject. In addition, this documentary both directly and indirectly induces us to reflect on the impacts humanity is having on other living creatures and how much harm we have already done by contrasting those two realities together while still maintaining a visually pleasing experience.

  • Joker

    Joker

    ★★★½

    The Joker is best defined as the embodiment of the "we live in a society" statement, but just like the statement itself the film fails to elaborate on the topic, as far was "society" goes. The movie also lacks a bit of the subtlety to tackle some of the delicate subjects that are portrayed, which is possibly one of the reasons why some mistakes were made regarding the protagonist's mental illness, resulting in a rather wrong perception of the topic…

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  • Parasite

    Parasite

    ★★★★★

    This is arguably one of the best (if not the best) movie I have ever watched. The acting was incredible as well as the cinematography. Furthermore, I was absolutely amazed at how Bong Joon-ho managed to tackle a rather common subject with such depth and mastery, from the beautifully executed plot twists to the littlest details that all work together to give form to numerous metaphors and visual parallels.

  • 1917

    1917

    ★★★★

    1917 is an interesting take on war movies, not only portraying the impact of individual losses but also showing the repercussions of the war as a whole, be it through the scenes with the multiple corpses of the deceased soldiers or through the representation of local villagers whose lives had been torn apart by the conflict. Additionally, the one-shot look of the film definitely succeeded at creating a more immersive experience while also being visually pleasing.