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  • Paper Moon

    Paper Moon

    ★★★★

    Witty, comical and beautiful.

    Paper moon is the story of Moes, a clever and witty con man who makes a living from making people believe their recently departed bought a bible. He meets Addie a young girl whose mother has died and is entrusted to him to get her across the country to Missouri.

    It’s a beautiful story with a lot sharp humour. The story doesn’t feel structured but rather the pleasure is within the interactions between Addie and Moe,…

  • The Disaster Artist

    The Disaster Artist

    ★★★★

    “ITS NOT TRUE, It’s bullshit, I did not hit her, I did not!..... Oh hi mark”

    The disaster of The Room thankfully gave birth to this gem of a film which shows James Franco as his best as an actor and director. Telling the story of tommy wiseau on his journey to making the best worst film ever made with a ridiculously good performance from James Franco that I think it’s criminal he didn’t get an Oscar.

    The story is surprisingly…

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  • GoodFellas

    GoodFellas

    ★★★★★

    Perfection.

    When I say this film is perfect I mean it. It has held up as my favourite film since I was 13 years old, I’ve seen somewhere around 500 or more films now in my life and I can still say this is the best film I’ve seen.

    I love Martin Scorsese, all of his films are brilliant but Goodfellas is the best, the cinematography is beautiful (of course the tracking shots), the story is incredibly compelling with truely interesting character…

  • The Dark Crystal

    The Dark Crystal

    ★★★★

    It’s magical.

    This film is so special due to its visuals, the design of the world and the creatures that inhabit it are brought to life by animatronics and masterful puppeteering work. The story was as interesting as it needed to be but the world building is what stands out the most, the fantasy world that the characters inhabit feel real and thriving and I love the lore that surrounds it.

    It’s made in the 80s but looks more real than modern CGI.

    Looking forward to the new Netflix one.