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  • GoodFellas

    GoodFellas

    ★★★★

    Still amazing. Along with The Wolf of Wall Street, this also proves that a long runtime has no relation to boredom. Both of these films are around the two and a half hour mark and they feel like a half an hour. There is a constant motion to the pacing that pushes the narrative into a perfect flow. 
          Amazing performances and characters, a flashy script, great dialogue, an awesome soundtrack, and impressively ambitious cinematography. I also admire…

  • The Man Who Knew Too Much

    The Man Who Knew Too Much

    ★★★½

    Really enjoyed this. Beautiful to look at, well paced, appropriately tense, and entertaining. The blue screen effects are awful, some of the editing is awkward, and not all of the acting is of the same caliber, but still a fun time.


    Fuck I’m starting to run out of Hitchcock/Stewart partnership films

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  • The Lobster

    The Lobster

    ★★★½

    Bizzare, beautiful, and witful, The Lobster is an extremely well made commentary on the unbalanced and corrupted relationships within society. 
         The dystopian world is terryfying, balancing a complete lack of emotion with a subtle sense of humanity and childishness. The music is repetive, but extremely atmospheric. The images are bland and desaturated, to excellently parallel the emotionless characters. The dialogue is intentionally cold, but hilarious. Every technical aspect of the film is wonderful. This is completely different than…

  • Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood

    ★★★★★

    I haven’t seen the film yet, and I will change my rating when I do. 

    I’m really fucking excited for this, especially now that I am hearing so many awesome things. Those things including the negatives I’ve heard from different reviews. I heard it’s spectacular, boring, moving, pointless, overblown, masterful, flawless, flawed, aggravating, and wonderful. 
         I love that kind of shit. I love when a film splits people down the middle. In an age where the world either…