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  • The Social Network

    The Social Network

    David Fincher is one of the greatest directors of all time, and maybe the greatest of our time (for me it's PTA) and if you don't think that's true, you should do poetic justice to your soul and stop lying to yourself.
    I'm 8 years late but I can safely say that this movie is a great production, and the work of a genius.
    Geniuses, if you count Aaron Sorkin, Jeff Cronenweth, Trent Reznor (and Atticus Ross), and of course…

  • Lost in Translation

    Lost in Translation

    "You're not hopeless."

    2015, I was 17. I watched Lost In Translation for the first time. I thought it was racially insensitive, unfunny, and embarrasing. I thought it was just a pretty movie to watch on mute until Just Like Honey kicked in.
    I didn't get it. To some degree, I was dissociated.

    2018, I'm 20. I watched Lost In Translation for the second time. And while the racial insensitivity is something you can't just pretend that isn't there, I…

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  • The Tale

    The Tale

    I'm emotionally disturbed.
    And I'm conflicted.
    Jennifer Fox's deeply personal movie is hard to like but also very hard to judge.
    I've read reviews where people say whatever movie was "underwhelming" but this movie is the opposite.
    This is overwhelming.
    It's like a high speed train running you over.

  • Thoroughbreds

    Thoroughbreds

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

    Two rich girls, Lily (the girl who feels everything, the normal one, played by Anya Taylor-Joy) is seen watching Television on her house next to her "friend" Amanda (the girl who feels nothing, the girl who killed her horse, played by Olivia Cooke).
    They have a conversation. Amanda falls asleep on the couch having drank a lemonade with a specific drug in it.
    Lily then goes up and murders her stepfather, who, for selfish reasons, she has tried to kill…