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  • The Elephant Man
  • Hot Fuzz
  • Thief
  • Hedwig and the Angry Inch

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  • Fraud

    ★★★

  • Marcel the Shell with Shoes On, Three

    ★★★½

  • Catherine

    ★★★★

  • Smile

    ★★★

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  • Nope

    Nope

    ★★★★

    JORDAN PEELE’S FILMOGRAPHY (3/3)

    FINAL FILM:
    Nope (2022)

    Inventive! This film is a brilliantly constructed monolith that subverts many expectations. Jordan Peele’s latest venture delves into the realm of our infatuation with phenomenon. The grand scale of this film introduces a level of spectacle that is impressive and symbolic. The commentary on mistreatment in the industry is beautifully nuanced. The ensemble of performances are truly exceptional. The technical aspects are at an all time high with masterful cinematography and sound…

  • Us

    Us

    ★★★

    JORDAN PEELE’S FILMOGRAPHY (2/3)

    SECOND FILM:
    Us (2019)

    Underwhelming! This film is a surprisingly dense telling that isn’t quite the average sophomore slump. Jordan Peele’s second feature is one that is particularly ambitious. The story is packed with various themes involving upbringing, duality, and rebellion, though it’s inflated narrative doesn’t allow each theme to perfectly stick their landings. Aspects like the acting, music, and editing are done superbly. The parallels between horror and comedy are vastly ineffective as both overlap…

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  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza

    ★★★★½

    “Licorice Pizza” (2021), is an eccentric, exhilarating, and endlessly unforgettable slice of life that captures purely bona fide moments in time like lightning in a bottle, and as the latest feature from one of the greatest living American auteurs of cinema, Paul Thomas Anderson, this installment allows him to go back to his roots by putting on display one of the truest and most unfettered forms of first love and navigation to ever be depicted in his filmography, and at…

  • No Time to Die

    No Time to Die

    ★★★★

    “No Time to Die” (2021), is a colossal, impactful, and spectacularly necessary conclusion to Daniel Craig’s unforgettable tenure as the memorably charismatic character of James Bond, and as the final climactic chapter of this particular era for the franchise, it is delivered with such a fantastic drive of both action and drama, and although the monolithic runtime of 2 hours and 43 minutes does present cause for worry in terms of pacing and investment, this film mostly does an excellent…