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  • Jack

    Jack

    jACK

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    PG-13 1996 ⏺ 1hr 53min ⏺ Coming of age, Comedy, Superhero
    HD ⏺ 5.1

    A mischievous 10-year-old lives life in a grown-up’s body.

    SUGGESTED   EXTRAS   DETAILS
    Three Men             HONEY, I
         and a                  SHRUNK
          Baby                  THE KIDS


        SISTER        …

  • Wanda

    Wanda

    ★★★★★

    hell yeah i rock gucci
    *pulls criterion blu-ray edition of wanda off the bookshelf*

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  • Gamer

    Gamer

    imagine how many of prisoners would die at the hand of those “twitch chat plays” channels and people who try to beat games with guitar hero/ddr controllers

    many horrific, deeply upsetting images; the same kind of late-late capitalist hell of ready player one (except this film actually treats it as such)

    ludacris plays a hacker revolutionary

  • Donnie Darko

    Donnie Darko

    broke: it’s a halloween movie because it’s set in october
    woke: it’s an easter movie because it’s about bunnies and jesus

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  • Resident Evil

    Resident Evil

    ★★★★★

    about to do a full series rewatch, but i’ll go ahead and put my major overarching thoughts here

    i feel like this series functions as two trilogies: the first three films are a journey outward, both in terms of geography (industrial subterranean layer, suburbia, the wastelands) and in terms of alice’s search for identity (as she attempts to reconstruct herself in relation to her environment); the last three are a journey back inward, deconstructing the icons and locations of the…

  • American Psycho

    American Psycho

    ★★★★★

    tried to read the novel in the time since i last saw this (maybe 4 or 5 years) and it was so bad that it retroactively soured this movie in my mind, but on rewatch, no, the movie still fucking rules entirely in spite of all the stuff i don’t like re: bret easton ellis

    often as funny as it is deeply upsetting, such a tricky feat