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  • The Worst Person in the World

    The Worst Person in the World

    A common misconception for young adults is that everyone is "something", be it an accountant, writer, carpenter, retail worker, or parasite. That could not be further from the truth: human beings are, by definition, ever-changing, constantly reshaping who they are in the pursuit of happiness. The level of freedom and self-awareness of the 21st century is truly crippling for many of them (nay, many of us), and we all end up beating ourselves up for having conflicting emotions and constant…

  • The Matrix Resurrections

    The Matrix Resurrections

    The Matrix Resurrections is a miracle of a film. In a year where blockbusters have largely been overstuffed, forgettable CGI-fests, Lana Wachowski returns to the world that made her and her sister cinematic legends with one of the most refreshing and emotional big-budget films of the past few years.

    Coming hot off a decade that saw reboots and long-delayed sequels as the biggest moneymakers in Hollywood, The Matrix Resurrections understands that nostalgia is both good and bad. Toying right from…

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  • Pi


    When your mind becomes obsessed with anything you filter everything else out and find that thing everywhere.

    Whilst I absolutely do not like mathematics (call it childhood trauma from school), I do really love tales of obsessions and paranoia. Darren Aronofsky's Pi is a fascinating debut, very much showing some of the filmmaker's stylistic flourishes that he would only improve upon in his future projects, while also delving into the psyche of a deeply tormented individual. One of many first…

  • The Northman

    The Northman

    You must choose between kindness for your kin, and hatred for your enemies.

    Okay, I take back pretty much everything negative that I said about The Northman after my first viewing: this film is AWESOME! The tragedy at its core hits harder, the romance was more touching (though still a tad too simplistic and rushed), the action more visceral, and the pacing is enrapturing and hypnotic. Indeed one of the best films to come out in 2022, a mood piece through and through that is also damn entertaining.

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  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho

    Last Night In Soho is a terrific and terrifying ghost story, hearkening back to the golden age of horror cinema from the '60s and '70s. The craft is impeccable, McKenzie is a star in the making, and the soundtrack is hauntingly beautiful. Loved it!

  • Baby Driver

    Baby Driver


    Right now I got to tell you about the fabulous, most groovy experience of the year:

    74th Venice Film Festival. The man himself, Edgar Wright, was a member of the main jury. Knowing that, I set out immediately to see him, and on my first day (August 30th) I saw him with the rest of the jury members (including Annette Benning and Rebecca Hall). I was stunned, and stood still, with my mouth wide open. I thought it could never…