Much like the opening sequence, I found myself drifting through the film as if i was a passenger on the boat. Enveloped by a myriad of emotions and in a constant state of observation at all the transient and ephemeral moments of love, loneliness and tragedy unfolding in front of me, all amidst the backdrop of a far slower societal change. There's hue's of Kar-Wai here, the dream-like quality, except it's a portrait of the grittier side of Shanghai at the…
there’s not many films which exhibit the disparity of youth as well as blue spring.
a bleak exercise in hopelessness; of shattered dreams and broken youth.
the nihilism and mundanity that stems from one's adolescence.
the longing for purpose or a semblance of it.
friendship and rebellion.
lack of order and defiance.
teenage angst, misanthropy and unfiltered bouts of pent up rage.
dormant classrooms and halls tattooed with random graffiti in an almost surreal high school setting that's littered with…
wouldn’t have expected a film chronicling the exposure of the watergate scandal to be the most tense film i’ve seen in the past year or so. nice to experience the film that started the bloodline of modern procedural classics like spotlight and zodiac though. redford in particular was amazing here.
No idea why this is on here. It's a single season so that probably fits the parameter of what LB considers a 'mini-series' but that's irrelevant.
I'm not complaining.
The Berserk manga is one of the finest pieces of fiction I've ever read in my life. An existential nightmare which explores the very essence of human nature in a dark and grizzly world full of it's own charm and beauty.
This 1997 series is the best visual adaptation we have. A…
low iq - cool short about two new york street performers hustling over a corner block
high iq - sandler's goldman is a metaphor for the oscars and him telling silverman to fuck off is basically the bullshit that was handed to uncut gems in what was a clear snub, how the fuck wasn't sandler nominated for best lead