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  • The Truman Show

    The Truman Show


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Is this how the stars of Love & Hip Hop really live? Is life even real at this point? How come I couldn't debut in a life with a rich family and not having to work, but instead go to school since the age of five, still be going to school at age twenty-three knowing damn well I still have to work after I graduate? Or is this all fake?

    The various camera angles and shots were well-done, and it fit…

  • Almost Famous

    Almost Famous


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    The moment I saw the opening credits being written on paper and filmed with a camcorder (I believe), I knew I was going to love this movie. I don't know much about rock & roll nor do I listen to it much (but am always open to it!), with the exception of the stereotypical lives these rockstars live, from the groupies, substance abuse, and trashing of hotel rooms. Almost Famous sheds these stereotypes with a more realistic aspect of the supposed…

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  • Inglourious Basterds

    Inglourious Basterds


    It's 7AM, I woke up at about 11:30PM the night before, my sleeping schedule is fucked, I just finished the film, and holy fuck am I hyped! I was leaning towards giving this film 4 1/2 stars but those "final cuts" won me over and Inglourious Basterds deserved the other half star. I was expecting the pacing to be somewhat slow based off of Quentin Tarantino's other films I have recently seen (Reservior Dogs and Django Unchained), but I was…

  • Lost in Translation

    Lost in Translation


    This is the fourth film directed by Sofia Coppola that I have watched and including Marie Antoinette (I have not seen this film in more than 10 years), I noticed that her films are quite slow, and this goes for the pacing, shots, and just the whole vibe. I had a feeling Lost in Translation would be slow as well but to be honest, I did not mind it and I actually loved it.

    From SilentDawn's review, "There are films,…