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  • Amy



    I couldn't help but think about the similarities between this and other acclaimed Asif Kapadia documentary of 2010's, Senna.

    When you have got a lot of footage, and a mythic gone-to-soon figure who despite their undeniably spectacular natural talent never quite managed to fit in, you've got a pretty great documentary film. 

    Kapadia doesn't have to dig too deep for some dramatic narratives when telling a story about a person whose live was quite a story. Yet it doesn't feel…

  • Before the Devil Knows You're Dead

    Before the Devil Knows You're Dead



    Something I've been meaning to watch for the longest time, but always somehow managed to push forward, the last film of the legendary Sidney Lumet certainly does not disappoint. Like Lumet's most acclaimed films from pre-1980's, Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead combines a good script with some spectacular work from great actors.

    The first scene already sets the tone and clarifies you it's definitely not another installment of the Before franchise, despite the fact that this film boasts…

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  • Moonlight



    Everyone knows that Bonnie and Clyde thing. As a huge fan of La La Land, I had sky-high expectations for Moonlight.

    It took me six days to write anything, but I must say that this is one of the greatest films of the decade, and despite LLL's greatness, I'm very content with Moonlight's BP win. Wish there was less hatred towards the great films 2016 delivered us. I just want to leave alone the nihilistic ideas of the dead of…

  • Frank



    El Madrid, it's nice to see ya
    It's really nice to be here
    I love you all
    Stale beer, fat fucks, smoked out, cowpokes
    Sequined mountain ladies
    I love you all
    Put your arms around me, 
    Fiddly digits, itchy britches
    I love you all
    I love you all
    I love you all
    I love you all

    This song performed by Michael Fassbender, who is really good with or without that gigantic head, gives a beautiful ending to quirky and symphatic…