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  • Dunkirk



    I couldn't understand a single word anyone said with their thick British accents.

    It's an interesting concept that Nolan brings to the table; the concept of war not having one singular face, but many faces. But I feel like that was done better in The Thin Red Line, a film Nolan adores. While they are very different war films those are the themes that connect them. 

    It wasn't as effective given the stories for the air fighters and the…

  • Interstellar



    The last time I saw this was in theaters in 35mm. I remember liking it but I never really had the interest of rewatching it. But since Dunkirk is upon us I guess it's time for me to revisit some Nolan before I see his newest venture. The visuals are absolutely spectacular, easily Nolan's most visually interesting film. It has a lot of heart to it and really makes for one hell of an experience, even just by watching…

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  • Oldboy



    Studio: All right, Spike. What do you got for us?
    Spike Lee: Ok so let's do an Oldboy remake!
    Studio: Ok that's great and doesn't sound like a complete waste of time! So tell us some of the changes you'll be making. 
    Spike Lee: Ok so let's make Oh Dae Su's name Joe!
    Studio: Sure! Why not?! 
    Spike Lee: Let's also make Oh Dae Su in this version basically Superman where he feels no pain from every stab or…

  • La La Land

    La La Land


    If you hate happiness, music, romance, crying, laughter, or jazz, this film is not for you. If you like any of these things you'll be in agreement that La La Land is the best film of 2016. Half of my class was bawling (especially Brittany) after this film. More thoughts to come but HOT DAMN Damien Chazelle hits it out of the park again! He is unstoppable and we must all appreciate and cherish him.