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  • A Serbian Film

    A Serbian Film


    Weekly Film Club Vol. 4

    If i am being completely honest, A Serbian Film has been in my top 5 movies for about 7 years. I saw it every week when I was a sophomore in High School. It started out trying to be edgy as that is the driving force for all high schoolers, but it adapted and morphed into something more.

    I think A Serbian Film does so many things great. It has some great story telling devices…

  • Hellboy



    I'm not exaggerating when I say that I think that Hellboy (2019) is worse than Catwoman, The Amazing Spider-Man, and Green Lantern. Watching the film was the first time in probably 6 mobths where I was shocked by how terrible a film was.

    No matter what aspect we look at, the film is terrible, but lets try our very best to dissect it. First, the effects. This film wasn't made for a ton of money, comparatively, so I knew going…

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  • Eyes Without a Face

    Eyes Without a Face


    Eyes Without A Face is a film me and a few buddies tried to watch a few months ago, but found it too slow and turned it off. For New Wave week this time we tried again. And I'm glad I gave this film another chance.

    The film definitely takes its time and there are certain points near the beginning that feel underwritten, but this film has a great second half. Lots of things begin to happen and the film…

  • The Fabulous Baron Munchausen

    The Fabulous Baron Munchausen


    Weekly Film Club Vol. 4

    My second time watching The Fabulous Baron Munchausen, and my feelings have remained largely the same. It is a beautifully bizarre endeavor with a ton of great visuals. My person favorite are the horses flying near the beginning of the film and the inner mechanical workings underneath the turkish throne.

    What is great about this film is the humor I think is pretty timeless and fun for everyone. One great bit is when The Baron…

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  • Rashomon



    My first Kurosawa film, and I had an absolute blast. Not only was it beautifully shot and executed, but it explored many themes I was not expecting. Toxic Masculinity, and lung ying for personal gain/lying to help other to name a few.

    As different interpretations were told of the same story, I absolutely love that as it became more grounded and real the characters acted much more scared and agitated. As if they weren't what they wanted to be. It…

  • There Will Be Blood

    There Will Be Blood


    Weekly Film Club Vol. 3

    Paul Thomas Anderson has proven again and again to be one of the best and most visionary directors working not only today, but in my opinion all time. He commands the audience to see his film, and to feel all the emotions and tensity of his characters. He transports the audience to another time and another place. It is truly something to behold.

    However, he does have a lot of fucking help. Daniel Day Lewis'…