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  • The Mitchells vs. The Machines

    The Mitchells vs. The Machines


    Showcasing that same typical "quirky" family you've seen in multiple comedies, The Mitchells vs. The Machines presents a magically colourful world that holds your attention for the entire 110 minutes we spend inside the minds of writer and director Michael Rianda (in his feature-length debut, no less) and co-writer Jeff Rowe in his first who is known for his writing on Gravity Falls. Group them together with very talented animators and a grand cast of actors, you receive an undoubtedly…

  • Shirkers



    The poster for Shirkers is probably the best you can get to explaining this off-beat, vivid, and enchanting documentary; the poster is radiant, eye-catching, and filled to the brim with various details. That's the film in a nutshell. Another notable point is that it leaves a bittersweet taste and aftertaste as we watch this simultaneously heart-rending and uplifting documentary. There's this clear feeling of desolation under layers of giddy content that works wonders. As a whole, it's definitely messy but…

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  • Paris, Texas

    Paris, Texas


    Criterion Challenge 2021 | Week #16

    During February of this year, I had the pleasure of watching a film from Wim Wenders for a challenge about romantic movies—and that said film was my first from the great German filmmaker: Wings of Desire; a breathtaking slow-burn that showcased the beauty of life in an odyssey of sorts where the protagonist, Damiel, wandered around desiring love and proper physical connection to the world but this was a journey that took place in…

  • Thunder Road

    Thunder Road

    Family has always been very important to me (yes, I'm Vin Diesel). My whole life, even through all the rough patches, I've wholeheartedly cherished my family members, especially my mother. That said, I was bound to adore Jim Cummings' short film Thunder Road; a heartfelt ode to mothers. Blending comedy and drama excellently, through one long-take, we the audience spend 13-minutes viewing the main character's struggles to eulogise his mother at her funeral. For Thunder Road, Jim Cummings had a…