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  • La La Land

    La La Land

    ★★★★★

    I must’ve seen this film about 8 times at this point and it is still hands down one of the best things I’ve ever seen. Every shot is colourful, vibrant and just stunning. Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling are perfect and give amazing performances. 

    The set design is absolutely brilliant which makes every location in the film seem fleshed-out and real. The music is incredible and I love how song are reused but are made different each time, even the…

  • Isle of Dogs

    Isle of Dogs

    ★★★★½

    Even if you didn’t like this film(which I did) you can’t deny the effort that has been put into making it. There are so many beautiful shots in this film and it goes down to the smallest details like the dogs fur moving in the wind. This film has a certain sense of charm that I haven’t seen for a while and I think there is a lot to appreciate. Can’t wait to rewatch.

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  • Velvet Buzzsaw

    Velvet Buzzsaw

    ★½

    I was really looking forward to this film from the trailers and the marketing. The cast looked great and I love the directors previous work but I was so disappointed. The “scary” scenes were either boring or laughable. It was shot like a tv show and it felt like everyone was trying but still came across as soulless. Jake Gyllenhaal is the only saving grace when it comes to performances but overall really disappointed.

  • Glass

    Glass

    ★★

    Someone please make a super cut of James McAvoy he was amazing.
    I’ve already forgotten everything that happened in the first act.
    Everything in the institution was surprisingly good. The cinematography was interesting, the acting was pretty good (especially James McAvoy) and the story was intriguing.
    The third act was something else. I was laughing through the whole thing but it was awful. Every time someone explained exactly what was happening in the terms of comic books I wanted to leave. The dialogue was awful and the multiple “twists” were terrible. The only saving grace again was James McAvoy.
    James McAvoy is a national treasure.