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  • Nights of Cabiria

    Nights of Cabiria


    Instantly fell in love with this right from the start and it carried it all the way home to the awe-inspiring finale. WOW! My heart has been captured. I broke in my Fellini Criterion Collection box set with this little fire-starter of a picture. Can’t even begin to describe my reactions to every scene that gets better and better. The beginning is delicious, the middle is scrumptious, the ending is unforgettable. Giulietta Masina puts on the performance of a career here. I will not stop saying great things about this. I got fondled by Fellini tonight.

  • Barry Lyndon

    Barry Lyndon


    Manny 5 Years Ago: I fucking despise movies that take place in the 18th Century. Who wants to watch moving paintings for 3 hours? I’ll take my chances watching paint dry. Hard pass. 
    Sir Manny Lyndon 5 minutes Ago: I fucking love movies that take place in the 18th Century. Who wouldn’t want to watch moving paintings for 3 hours? Bet those people have fun watching paint dry, losers. I have a HARD ON.

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  • L'Eclisse



    Was it just me or was there no Eclipse in this? Or is it an eclipse in relationships? Or eclipses in love? I have no idea, I had absolutely no idea what was even happening. This was so much more ambiguous and somehow lowkey than La Notte. I’m diving into this trilogy of films in a very jumbled, out of order way which I think only adds to my curiosity and intrigue with each film. Was not a fan of…

  • The Loveless

    The Loveless


    Essentially Diners, Drive Inns, and Dives starring a bunch of greasers vibing in the country whilst a fire selection of 50s bangers plays through jukeboxes and car radios. Beer and cigarettes are consumed within every scene and Willem Dafoes ass has to make an appearance, it’s a no brainer for a good time. Nothing really happens in this small time debut from my Queen Kathryn Bigelow and I just was vibinggggg the entire time. Cool little film.

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  • Monos



    Besides getting high from the fact that Paul Thomas Anderson walked in and sat a few rows behind me right before the movie started THEN myself having a conversation with him about Punch-Drunk Love afterwards, i am strictly stoned from the visceral experience of this stunning look at warfare and survival. It’s dreamy and loose. It feels like a raging river flowing endlessly from scene to scene without any sense of control. The soundtrack ripped my fucking head off of my…

  • Scary Movie

    Scary Movie


    I don't care anymore. I'm rating this a 5. I have laughed at every little single stupid fucking thing in the movie for my entire life. This shit is amazing.