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  • Inherent Vice

    Inherent Vice

    ★★★★½

    where to start? first off i should say that PTA is one of my favorite directors, but if you like the rest of his filmography it's not guaranteed you'll like this one as well. tbh before the last 20 minutes happened, it didn't feel quite like a PTA movie to me but that doesn't mean it's not good.

    you don't know if what is onscreen is a hallucination half of the time but there is some awesome character and era…

  • Excision

    Excision

    ★★★

    the neon demon meets raw and grey's anatomy

    i loved some of the visuals and the story felt genuine af in the character relationships (especially the mother/daughter one). great acting! sadly, it was quite predictable and nearly every shot was surexposed 😔

    you pick, i watch #17 ☆
    ☆ suggested by Andrew

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  • The House That Jack Built

    The House That Jack Built

    ★★★★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    lars von trier: so i'm going to make this movie about a serial killer on his way to hell
    everyone: sounds awesome!
    lars von trier: and he's telling his story to the angel of death who's guiding him there
    everyone: great
    lars von trier: and it's going to be super bloody and graphic
    everyone: hum
    lars von trier: but the thing is
    everyone: what
    lars von trier: the thing is
    everyone: wHAT
    lars von trier: THE KILLER IS ACTUALLY A REPRESENTATION OF MYSELF AND HOW I DEAL WITH MY IMPULSIONS THROUGH MY ART

    please get the man some help, a friend, a hug, plea

  • Children of Men

    Children of Men

    ★★★★★

    name: glue
    time of death: 11/18/2018, 0:10 am
    manner of death: dehydration caused by extended crying

    primal suspect: children of men (2006)

    weapons used:
    -clive owen
    -hippy, strawberry-pot smoking micheal caine
    -the. motherfucking cinematography, the long shots & the music
    -the ending

    the body is barely recognizable, not dissimilar to a dried prune.
    rip