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  • Spirited Away

    Spirited Away


    my audience laughed when the swamp god became an old man mask. i was pissed

  • Joker



    i didn’t feel anything

  • Parasite



    this man couldn’t have directed Snow Piecer because that movie sucked!

  • Off The Tracks

    Off The Tracks


    i thought a documentary about editing software was laughable, but i was surprised how much i enjoyed this, being a Final Cut devotee myself.

    not a groundbreaking documentary, but there were a few nuggets of wisdom abt the democratization of video by making it easier to edit.

  • The Clovehitch Killer

    The Clovehitch Killer


    cinematography is pretty good, and the acting isn’t bad at all.

    but the film really shoots itself in the foot by revealing the villain so soon. 

    SPOILER: the film provides so much evidence that the father is Clovehitch that it’s hard to take it the movie seriously when the father tries to put the blame on his brother. i mean, the father is always following his son, and seems so nice to the point of being creepy.

    i feel like…

  • Stuber



    Rarely do films make me feel absolutely nothing. Congrats Stuber, and thanks for explaining the title of the movie.

  • Toy Story 4

    Toy Story 4


    The Taxi Driver theme song threw me off

    Buzz - “open the pod bay doors”

  • Toy Story 2

    Toy Story 2


    “You know, when we make a computer at Apple, what’s the lifespan? About three years? At five years, it’s a doorstop. But if you do your job right, what you create can last forever.” - Steve Jobs to John Lasseter

    This movie really holds up. The end credits bloopers are so hilarious.

    It seems like computer animation really forced the creators to perfect the pacing and writing because of how much time it took to animate.

  • Toy Story

    Toy Story


    Remarkably short and to the point!

  • Network



    Great performances, lighting etc.

    But I didn’t enjoy it very much tbh.

  • Avengers: Endgame

    Avengers: Endgame


    I’ll admit that it didn’t feel like 3 hours, which is surprising, but the first half felt meandering. 

    Amazing that these people had millions of lives on the line and could still joke around.

     And pretty much all the jokes weren’t visual in any way, and there were a lot of them. This is weak storytelling. (The jokes fell flat too)

  • Roma



    Yay, it’s just like real life

    The martial arts floppy scene was very entertaining