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dekadans has written 22 reviews for films during 2018.

  • Suspiria



    my date called this "interesting", which is honestly the best i could have hoped for

  • To All the Boys I've Loved Before

    To All the Boys I've Loved Before


    honestly, preparing two fried egg sandwiches, pulling up a blanket and watching a good romcom on a thursday night is the best kind of movie experience.

  • First Man

    First Man


    SPACE IS SO COOL!!!!! Also my dream of meeting Ryan Gosling is now fulfilled so I've no idea what to do with the next ~60 years of my life.

  • Ready Player One

    Ready Player One


    My own personal hell. At least Mark Rylance is there with me.

  • Millennium Mambo

    Millennium Mambo


    Haven't been able to get this one out of my head since I saw it on MUBI two years ago. So naturally I bought a French edition DVD off Amazon. Still great.

  • Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation

    Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation


    A lot better on second watch for some reason. Ferguson is boss. And isn't it kinda weird that both Ghost Protocol and Rogue Nation feature prominent Swedish-speaking characters?

  • A Serious Game

    A Serious Game


    Between this and the also-great 2016 adaptation, I feel that I should probably read the book at some point.

  • Scenes from a Marriage

    Scenes from a Marriage


    TV version.

  • Deadpool 2

    Deadpool 2


    Covering up bad storytelling with jokes only gets you so far. The X-force scenes are gold though. And I better get a movie about Negasonic Teenage Warhead and her girlfriend next.

  • Amadeus



    Screening at the opera house with live orchestra and choir. Quite the experience!

  • Metropolitan



    I love this film so much.

  • Deserter USA

    Deserter USA


    Rare Swedish documentary about American soldiers who deserted from Vietnam and sought political asylum in neutral Sweden, their relationship with the governments of the two countries and the NLF-supporters in Sweden. Told mostly through reenactments and scripted interpretations of events with the G.I.s playing (versions of) themselves. More interesting as a document of 1968 and a political statement than actual movie making art, but that's as intended, and it's good nonetheless.