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  • The Master

    The Master

    ★★

    Check out Episode 7 of The IMDB Journey Podcast for my quick review as to why The Master is easily Paul Thomas Anderson's worst film I've seen so far.

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  • Take Your Pills

    Take Your Pills

    ★★

    Excerpt from Episode 7 of The IMDB Journey Podcast:

    So there are a lot of documentaries out there that not only have an interesting subject to show, but also tell it in a fascinating way. Unfortunately this is not one of them. Honestly the first two thirds of this documentary is random people telling us their stories of how these stimulant drugs helped them get through some tough times by increasing their focus and attention to detail among other perks,…

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  • Interstellar

    Interstellar

    ★★★★½

    One of the most visually mesmerising movies I've ever seen. A multi layered story that will have you paying extra attention (And maybe even a re watch or two) with a great view on humanity, civilisation, adaptation, family and love. Christopher Nolan still showing the world how to make movies, and how to make them right.

  • Arrival

    Arrival

    ★★★★½

    An incredibly smart and well thought out movie, Arrival puts a lot of movies to shame in just how lazy most of them are. You can tell that every scene has meaning and every question has the appropriate answer, and it's told with a very well structured pacing.

    Amy Adams is a lot better here than in Nocturnal Animals in my opinion, while Jeremy Renner holds his own yet again. Forest Whitaker is also back pretty much being Forest Whitaker. This is a film that will have you thinking and analyzing long after the credits role. Highly recommend.