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  • The Mole Agent

    The Mole Agent


    There are few films in existence that deserve unlimited and unconditional praise; The Mole Agent is one of them.
    This fourth feature-length documentary from Chilean director, writer, and Fulbright Scholar Maite Alberdi overflows with profound sentiment and humanity. Noted for her previous films The Grown-Ups, Tea Time, and The Lifeguard, Alberdi has established a knack for her raw and compassionate focus on communities that often live on the fringes of mainstream society.
    The Mole Agent is an unconventional documentary about…

  • Marie Antoinette

    Marie Antoinette


    The first time i saw this I thought it was a shallow but endearing period piece. The 2000s music, infidelity to accents/speech and Molly Shannon threw me off. 

    So much more respect this time around. Not many filmmakers would compose such a decadent period piece while purposely try to negate its authenticity.

    It really hits you with the timelessness of the human condition. 

    must rewatch every Sofia Coppola movie now.

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  • Amadeus



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

    Milos Forman’s 1984 masterpiece, Amadeus, meaning “the love of God,” is a timeless depiction of superhuman talent through the lens of mediocrity. As a boy, Antonio Salieri (played by F. Murray Abraham) prayed to God to let him be a composer and to let his music immortalize him. Salieri believes his prayers are answered when he eventually becomes the recognized Court Composer of Vienna. However, Salieri questions his “God-given” talent upon meeting Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (played by Tom Hulce). The…

  • Fight Club

    Fight Club


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

    Fight Club is a truly great story and an ambitious adaptation for any director. But sometimes a truly great story is diluted by the newfound limitations (or in this case, liberations) that come with adapting a work into a different medium of art.
    The first viewing is the best viewing. With every rewatch my fondness of this fan-favorite ebbs; this is not due to familiarity with the narrative, rather it has to do with a keen awareness of the…