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  • Charulata

    Charulata

    pathetic, idiotic rich men getting to pick up and drop fantasy as they see fit, their belief in liberalism directly correlated to their own success in their own gain in political interest, their interest in art beholden to lofty, "moons" "rivers" "light", wholly removed from the slight, diffusive quality of charulata's ultimately ambiguous yet definitively True sense of talent as well as any pretentions they might have to being associated with the lower classes they barely ever interact with. this…

  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza

    was expecting a turn towards humility this time around judging by those who praise the film, but was taken aback by the films highly abstract and almost clinical touch -- perhaps not far removed from most of PTA's mostly irritating trademarks, but here imbued with a idiosyncratic exploration into the fundamental issue of the film, the age difference between our two leads. alana seems entirely preoccupied with her alarming over-attention to the world of someone who is literally a child,…

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  • Magnolia

    Magnolia

    ½

    massive headache when this finished don’t know if it was the movie or the half bottle of whisky

  • Starman

    Starman

    "love is when someone is a part of you"

    a series of exchanges, dialogues, unions between individuals, smashed together, and that occur along a string from point A to point B, north to south on the map, south to north in the soul. our alien comes to us as a both an eye (arnold's it came from outer space) and as a beam of light, simply to observe and for others to return that gaze and see the other form…