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  • Showgirls
  • Speed Racer
  • Whore
  • The Last Picture Show

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  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

  • Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay

    ★★★½

  • The Northman

    ★★★★★

  • Drag Me to Hell

    ★★★★★

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  • Whore

    Whore

    ★★★★★

    I am certainly in the minority thinking this is Ken Russell's best work. I am also certainly in the minority thinking this is Theresa Russell's best work. As the only, and I mean only, letterboxd user to have this in their Top 4 favorites, I want to take a moment to talk about what is close to one of, if not, the best movies ever in my opinion.

    There is no other work of art surrounding the hazards, joys, and…

  • Crimes of Passion

    Crimes of Passion

    ★★★★★

    "Do you recognize me child?"

    "Sorry. I never forget a face. Especially when I've sat on it."

    Neon soaked sexual liberation doused with relationship politics and marital responsibilities as if Aphrodite herself shook the gasoline can on the scene of the crime before lighting the match.

    It's not without mentioning that this movie immediately draws a resemblance to the opening scene of Makavejev's Sweet Movie with its intro of China Blue winning a Miss Liberty contest while cuffed into bootleg…

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  • Bo Burnham: Inside

    Bo Burnham: Inside

    ★½

    “the world needs direction from a white guy like me who is healing the world with comedy”

    I’m gonna be touching on some similar thoughts to a pal of mine (letterboxd.com/peaceboner give him a follow). 

    That pull quote comes incredible early in this special and it’s the exact moment I understood this latest entry from Burnham would be a sort of off-kilter facsimile of Father John Misty’s album Pure Comedy. Unfortunately for Burnham he seems to miss the biting nihilism…

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho

    ½

    There is hardly a worse offence a movie can make than perceiving itself to be smarter than the audience tasked with watching it. A doubly offensive act it is to make a movie that perceives itself to be smarter than the movie it actually winds up being. Watching this, it is hard not to be offended twice or three times over.

    Nothing about Edgar Wright's direction here actualizes on the foundation it seeks to build upon. An empty-handed threat after…