brycehuck

3/5 or above = Like/Love
2/5 or lower = Dislike/Hate
🧑 = Favorite

Favorite films

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey
  • 12 Angry Men
  • Funny Games
  • Holy Motors

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  • Fear Street: 1666

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  • Vampyr

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  • Don't Worry Darling

    β˜…Β½

  • Nosferatu the Vampyre

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  • Vampyr

    Vampyr

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    A film that, with its initially rocky pacing and seeming lack of solid foundation, boundlessly rewards you with nail-biting imagery, a dreamlike atmosphere, and genuine catharsis. I was pretty much entirely blown away with and entirely swept up in its final moments, which somehow pays off its ghostly narrative trappings near-flawlessly, whilst simultaneously never taking even a second to explain its confounding nature. I should’ve known that a horror by the man who directed The Passion of Joan of Arc would be a hit!

  • Don't Worry Darling

    Don't Worry Darling

    β˜…Β½

    It’s not often I leave a film straight-up angry, but I’m genuinely seething as I write this. A boring, pretentious, laughable, convoluted chore that features one of the worst third acts of…the last decade, maybe? With an ending that concludes nothing at all.Β The socioeconomic commentary is surprisingly *almost* thought-provoking, and Harry Styles provides nuance through his performance that I legitimately did not expect (Pugh is naturally excellent, as well, and the best in this cast). Otherwise, this is a fiery pit of utter Hell.

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  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once

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    The purest, most resonant expression of creative vision delivered by one of the most explosive artistic duos of the decade. Boasting gut-busting laughs and earned emotional firepower within the same scene, the craft will leave you spinning and the messages with more admiration for life than you ever have before. Immediately my shit, and more importantly, an instant classic. We’ll be discussing for years to come.

  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza

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    A deeply enthralling, admirably restrained, and richly symbolic work operating at multiple levels, proving the talents of Paul Thomas Anderson beyond the shadow of a doubt, and recontextualizing the subgenre of loosely plotted, 70s-set coming-of-age films. A near-perfect distillation of the euphoric highs of childish rebellion and the horrifying lows of intense corruption, both in the mind and in one’s environment. I can’t wait to see this again.