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  • mother!

    mother!

    This movie is next level hot garbage.

  • The Wall

    The Wall

    Turns the Iraq war "reconstruction" effort into the horror film it deserves. Liman remains one of our finest action directors. Brutal.

  • Endless Poetry

    Endless Poetry

    A weird day to watch a film that climaxes with Nazi's marching on the street.

  • Good Time

    Good Time

    A film of red herrings and tangents, chance encounters and wrong turns. Why? Because that's how the selfish prick at its center lives his life, everyone else be damned. Despite hearing constant praise for this one, I was still surprised by its raw, uncompromising vitality. It pleasantly rattled me. The onslaught of audible tweaks, haunting synthesizer screams, tonal deviations, and twisted narrative wreckage left in Connie's (Robert Pattinson) wake create quite the cumulative experience.

  • Detroit

    Detroit

    Holy shit.

  • Married to the Mob

    Married to the Mob

    Modine and Platt growling at Dean Stockwell's arrival is a high point in cinema history.

  • The Truth About Charlie

    The Truth About Charlie

    A glorious, spirited mess. Classic Hollywood gets possessed by French New Wave aesthetics and icons and the result is pure vitality. There's nothing quite like this, even if it doesn't always work.

  • Life

    Life

    The anti-GRAVITY.

  • The Beguiled

    The Beguiled

    Purgatory during wartime wrapped in a blanket of pink haze. Flirtations as acts of war. Perfect stitching.

  • Rolling Thunder

    Rolling Thunder

    William Devane puts his shades on like a boss.

  • Okja

    Okja

    What an insane, sincere, topical, engaging mess.

  • The Silence of the Lambs

    The Silence of the Lambs

    ★★★★½

    "And don't your eyes seek out the things you want?"