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Jeremy P. has written 4 reviews for films rated ★★★ .

  • Take What You Can Carry

    Take What You Can Carry


    Realism, but not the mumblecore/Duplass-esque type by any means. Young, conscious adults, confused and frustrated with the world around them seems to be Porterfield niche. One might criticize this and "I Used To Be Darker" for being devoid of any real "story" but does he owe this to us? I thought this film to entirely beautiful just as it is. Thanks, Matt, for bringing us this little glimpse into her life.

  • A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III

    A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III


    Everyone hates this movie.

    Now while it'd be quite hip not to just because of that, I frankly had no knowledge of the critical or public opinion on this film.

    I quite enjoyed all the over the top banter, ridiculous dialog, and nearly offensive sexist bullshit.

    Thanks, Roman.

  • Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

    Me and Earl and the Dying Girl


    Haters gonna hate but I happened to enjoy every bit of its cliches, laziness, and stereotypes.

    I gotta say though, I'd really like to know Earl. I know nothing about him.

  • A Little Closer

    A Little Closer


    "I got a girl. She fucks me any way I like it."

    This is such a sad, yet accurate portrayal of so many adolescents and those they have to look up to. We're all deeply flawed and lost - our sexuality and loneliness right in the middle.

    It's worth noting that there would be no "Hide Your Smiling Faces" without this film. Carbone's evolution is as visible Petock's in this lovely and completely unpretentious directorial debut.