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  • The Hills Have Eyes

    The Hills Have Eyes


    I’ve been meaning to see a Wes Craven movie for a while, and since The Hills Have Eyes was the only movie of his that I had access to, I decided to check it out. In terms of plot, it reminded me of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, since both movies feature groups of people fighting cannibal families. Although The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is easily the better movie by a long shot, The Hills Have Eyes still manages to stand…

  • To the Wonder

    To the Wonder


    Because of how varied my opinions on his movies are, I never really know what to expect from Terrence Malick’s movies in terms of actual quality. While I did expect To the Wonder to have the same beautiful cinematography, dreamlike editing, and sweeping music choices that his other modern movies did, I wasn’t actually sure if I would actually be compelled by it or not, and even after I finished it, I still don’t really know. Maybe it was just…

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  • The Mitchells vs. The Machines

    The Mitchells vs. The Machines

    In Disco Elysium, there is a thought that you can internalize in the game called “Actual Art Degree”, and when you’ve finished internalizing it, you’re rewarded with words and phrases that can be used to bash a mediocre or bad piece of art, along with being able to earn 10 XP with every passive conceptualization check. Many of these words and phrases, such as “milquetoast”, “lacking in imagination”, and “cliché-and-gonorrhea-ridden paean to conformism”, are all what I’d use to describe The…

  • Paddington 2

    Paddington 2


    I forgot to say this in my original review of Paddington, but I could tell that movie was influenced by Wes Anderson, and by extension Jacques Demy and Jacques Tati. That influence could only be felt in a few aspects of that movie, namely the framing, but the influence is much more prevalent in Paddington 2, as it also has a similar muted pastel color palette. Anyway, Paddington 2 works incredibly well as a sequel and as a standalone movie, as…