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  • Punch-Drunk Love

    Punch-Drunk Love


    I cannot choose the reason as to why I watched Punch-Drunk Love more; was it because it's a Paul Thomas Anderson movie or because it includes a serious Adam Sandler as the leading role?
    This movie had been on my watchlist for a while as I do admire PTA's filmography. Sadly, I did not love Punch-Drunk Love as much as his other works, but it does not make it a horrible film.
    The absolute best part of this film is…

  • Babel



    If there is anyone who can craft and direct a heavily intricate yet engaging film it will always go to Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu.
    Babel is a complexly structured story that kicks off to a brutal start because of a simple yet disturbing act. Inarritu explores how this one small moment deeply affects several families globally. This is the most fascinating and intriguing element of the entire movie as the audience sees the unfathomable aftermath for every single family involved from…

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  • Zodiac



    I have come to a simple conclusion in life; if David Fincher is the director then I must watch it!
    Zodiac is a fantastic crime, mystery, and thriller from beginning to end. This film, along with being brilliantly paced for being near three hours, crafts an intricate and lengthy timeline that is never confusing nor stale. The entire ensemble featuring Jake Gyllenhaal, Mark Ruffalo, Robert Downey Jr., and more are dynamically fleshed out and amazing in their roles. Fincher's direction…

  • Blue Valentine

    Blue Valentine


    Well thank you Derek Cianfrance, Ryan Gosling, and Michelle Williams; I think I will be prolonging love and marriage for another fifteen years.
    Blue Valentine is a raw powerhouse of a film. This is one of the rare movies that not only immensely sucks the viewer in but also feels as if this were real life happening on screen and not a feature length film. The relationship between Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams is so real, so beautiful, so poignant,…