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  • Pain and Glory

    Pain and Glory

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    On nights when various pains coincide, that's when I believe in God and I pray to him. The days when I only suffer one kind of pain; I'm an atheist.

    I'm not acquainted with AlmodΓ³var's filmography, but this doesn't take away from the certainty that he has ultimately presented to me a piece of his existence; vulnurable like an origami; fragile like thin glass. AlmodΓ³var's slow and controlled hands guiding the camera lend his film a sensitivity which solicits contact…

  • Marriage Story

    Marriage Story

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    Marriage is bizzare. I think we can all agree on that. Its concept is substantially built on human sentiments; uncontrollable, sporadically varying sentiences, really inapt for such an institution. In retrospect, these precise characteristics kinda make us human? Wouldn't it be strange if a marriage is unblemished? What even is a perfect marriage?
    The fact is, it doesn't matter. Baumbach's work is a heart-piercing glance at the intricacy that is marriage.

    Half of crazy is crazy.

    Allowing every conversation to…

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  • Moneyball

    Moneyball

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    If he's a good hitter why doesn't he hit good?

    The sports film phenomenon consolidated itself for me after this one.
    Moneyball's weight, as for various of its kind, isn't entirely situated on the transmitter that is baseball, in fact I could imagine the story being applied to different realms, but rather very much holds dear the individuals involved in it; the character - centered approach is immediately noticeable once Pfister in the beginning reflects the state of mind of…

  • Spectre

    Spectre

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    Whereas Sam Mendes triumphantly rerouted this bulky series on a path with novel sections, utilizing technology unprecedented in the spectrum of 007 films and indubitably ushered some of it in the story itself, his follow-up opus hasn't had the kindest receptions. Spectre to me is an old timer with a new varnish; it avails itself of the myriad of tropes and elements of its forerunners that have shaped the Bond paradigm. Skyfall owes its fresh breeze to the phase shift…

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  • Children of Men

    Children of Men

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    I can't really remember when I last had any hope, and I certainly can't remember when anyone else did either.

    It's Lubezki's hand held, fliud guidance through the ruins of a conceivable dystopia, safeguarding the sole beacon whilst exposing the peril life has to face in order to thrive; it's CuarΓ³n's masterful adaption and devotion to the original mold that he successfully fills; Children of Men is visceral and left an indelible imprint.

    2020: First Time

  • Joker

    Joker

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    Send in the f*ing clowns

    His untamable, hysterically soul-piercing laugh. His artistic, mellow dance. All engraved in my mind after leaving Joker.
    What Phoenix does is ineffable. A deprived man in a boiling pot, pushed to the verge of mental and physical disruption, ultimately embracing what has always been lurking inside his outer shell. A corruptive arc bound to ensue in the rather onesided, yet gorgeously shot world, in which cruelty appears to be ruling every alley, corner and street…