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  • La Haine

    La Haine

    9/10

    Shoutout to @cr4zyduck77 for the request.

    This movie is what introduced Vincent Cassel to the world. His character in La Haine is what I would describe as a Jewish Eminem.

    Anyways, this movie has some similarities to Kids (1995). For one, both film's protagonists are urban youths that go on trashy adventures. Also, both films disregard plot, as a means to showcase raw realism. However, La Haine is also quite different from Kids in that it tackles the difficult…

  • Fateful Findings

    Fateful Findings

    1/10

    Shoutout to @dragonsblood23 for the request.

    This is Neil Breen's trash magnum opus. Just by reading the plot description on Letterboxd, you know that this movie is all over the place. In fact, it feels like Mr. Breen combined 2-3 story ideas into one movie. During the second act, Fateful Findings forgets that it is a magic rock movie, and becomes a silly melodrama instead. The acting is atrocious. The dialogue is uninspired. The whole movie is also edited…

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  • Eraserhead

    Eraserhead

    10/10

    Lust, death, and fatherhood. These are the themes present in David Lynch's nightmarish puzzle of a film. The imagery in Eraserhead is uncanny, which is backed up by an equally haunting, minimalist industrial score by Alan Splet. Every second of Eraserhead is nerve-racking.

    David Lynch once said that the inspiration for this movie came from a Bible verse. Many people online have been trying to figure what Bible verse he is referencing. Some say its Deuteronomy 24:16, while others…

  • Donnie Darko

    Donnie Darko

    8/10

    Shoutout to @thegoober for the recommendation.

    When people talk about one hit wonders, it is usually applied to musicians like MC Hammer or Vanilla Ice, but I believe that it can apply to directors as well. For example, Tommy Wiseau, who made The Room, and never made another film after that. Or Mary Herron and Richard Kelly, who made well-respected cult classics (American Psycho, Donnie Darko), but the rest of their filmography has nowhere near the same amount of…