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  • Parasite
  • Synecdoche, New York
  • Get Out

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  • Parasite



    Film365 | Film #22

    You know what kind of plan never fails? No plan at all.

    Wow. What a masterpiece. I’m glad that I saw this before the Oscars ceremony this evening; I hope that the Academy recognises the brilliance of this film. It’s going straight into my top ten of all time and it might move even higher after a rewatch. Bong Joon-ho is a genius.

    Excuse the bad pun, but Parasite is infectious in many regards. It is…

  • Punch-Drunk Love

    Punch-Drunk Love


    Film365 | Film #28

    I don't know if there is anything wrong because I don't know how other people are.

    Well well well. Paul Thomas Anderson, you have done it again. Working my way through his filmography, all of his films have been very strong indeed, but this is without a doubt my favourite so far. Punch-Drunk Love follows Magnolia in Anderson's lineup, a stark contrast in running time wherein the earlier film is double the runtime. However, the reduced…

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  • All My Life

    All My Life

    Jessica Rothe turns in a breathtaking performance that manages to elevate an otherwise fairly generic and on the nose script.

    Harry Shum Jr. offers an inconsistent performance - at times great, at others average.

    Some nice song selections and a couple of interesting cinematography choices. An overall heartfelt, emotional and tragic story. Rothe tries her hardest to pull you in, but the script is so painstakingly cliche and average at times that a lot of emotional beats don't land. The…

  • Free Guy

    Free Guy


    Very hit and miss comedy. Quite generic messaging. Inconsistent acting, especially Taika. Nice VFX overall.

    Tried too hard to cater to both gamers and non-gamers - an approach which ultimately fails because it pulls gamers out of the story too much. At its best when it went all out over the top, but again it tried to tow a fine line, this time between groundedness and exaggeration.