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  • The 15:17 to Paris

    The 15:17 to Paris


    It's a microscopic movie. Like an anatomy of a prayer, if that makes any sense. In the manner of truly "philosophical" movies (opposed to movies "about" philosophy), it all starts in your head once you leave the theatre. The movie breathes sadness, the sadness of getting left behind, of failure, of single mothers and their dreamy kids, of a Euro Trip with a childhood friend. In short, the Tao of Clint Eastwood. Top-tier.

  • Phantom Thread

    Phantom Thread

    i went to see this on the big screen just to see what kinda people dig these movies: mostly old people, some hipsters and two laughing idiots. the 30-35 lady who sat right beside me was awww-ing those mirthful, tender scenes, her heart was fucking melting. a tall hippie girl in torn jeans sat in front, with two hirsute "artsy" looking guys (they were silent). sugar daddy and attractive wife. all women were considerably good-looking. good time at the cinema.

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  • Pulse



    Unhinged abstraction. A grey, fever dreamy Tokyo as a soul incinerator, witnessing the interplay of overflowing systems. Nobody needs nobody, friends are mere nonentities drifting into secluded neglect, bodies coveting a state of oblivion inside walls, disappearing into them. The specters of urban malaise are manifold, thoroughly complimented here by the grey inertness of Cyberspace and its hypnagogic wastelands. This is a standstill. A droning, deserted video game parlor imitates an agitated poltergeist.

  • Resident Evil: The Final Chapter

    Resident Evil: The Final Chapter


    god-level. no other series in the history of impressionist genre cinema has ever pushed corporate biotechnological horrors to such absurd levels, till a point where nothing - literally nothing - you see on the screen is the final truth. it isn't for no reason that the word "undead" gets thrown around with such emphasis, - there is more non-obvious meaning to it in anderson's armature - being "undead" is a state worse and more insulting than being "dead" in the…