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  • High Fidelity

    High Fidelity


    Hadn't seen this in about 15 years, and man, how could I ever have liked this? I must have been braindamaged. Or blinded by the fact that I loved the gags in the record store. Which take up way too little of the film.

    Cusack's character is such an awful person you wish him nothing good ever. He treats women like shit and then whines about them hurting him. Wtf?! He has zero sense of responsibility for own actions, empathy…

  • Bring It On

    Bring It On


    After hearing several movie geeks rave about this as a classic and one of the best films ever, I was really confused. I just remembered it as annoying, so I thought I would check it out again.
    I hate sports. I hate perky people. I hate cheerleading. I hate competitions. I hate, shit-for-brains-superficial scheming jock bimbos, and I find it sad, not funny, when people have never heard of The Clash. I wish I could appreciate this as a satire, but its message just seems way too confused to really be satirical.

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  • Phantom Thread

    Phantom Thread

    I was SO looking forward to this. I used to work in couture as a designer and tailor, and even though I know from the inside what a rotten business it is and how full of fake and awful people it is, I still love movies where couture plays a part.
    "The Dressmaker" was an utter joy, and since this also seemed to have darkness underneath all the silk and lace, I couldn't wait.

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  • The Shape of Water

    The Shape of Water

    Okay, I … I don’t know if the obvious problems in almost every single scene or if the insane amount of Oscar nominations are the stupidest thing about this movie.
    First of all, Alfonso Cuarón already made an entirely green movie with ”Great Expectations” in 1998. Nothing new about that. On top of which the plot seems to be stolen from a play from 1969, on top of which this is obviously not bringing new ideas apart from that as…