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  • The Death of Stalin

    The Death of Stalin

    ★★★½

    85/100
    B
    I know some people will consider this a 2017 movie, but it really only came out in film festivals last year, so I'm calling it a 2018 film. Also google says it's getting released on March 9, 2018. But now onto the film. The direction is great the way it's filmed reminds me of a weird mix of Darkest Hour and The Lobster. The writing is fantastic which also reminds me of The Lobster the way jokes are…

  • Selma

    Selma

    ★★★★½

    95/100
    A

    I can't fucking believe how snubbed this film was at the Oscars. The direction in this film was fucking amazing the way it captured the awful moments so intensely and carefully creating an incredibly powerful film. Also just the way conversations and speeches were filmed were fantastic. The writing was great, and very natural which is great because a lot of historic films go for grand and inspirational writing at all time, but this film knew how to…

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  • Call Me by Your Name

    Call Me by Your Name

    ★★★★★

    100/100
    A+

    I think I've now fully decided this is a masterpiece. The direction is so amazing, and perfectly brings the viewer into Italy during the hot summer. The script is beautiful, and every word spoken is like a piece of poetry and the film knows when not to speak as well. Timothee Chalamet also gives a beautiful and subtle performance creating one of my favorite movie characters. Armie Hammer who should've been nominated and won an Oscar gives a…

  • Locke

    Locke

    ★★★★★

    98/100
    A+

    Tom Hardy has a lot of fantastic films, but this just might be my favorite. The concept for this film is fantastic. I wish I could think of an idea like this something simple, and turn it into an incredibly intriguing journey. The direction in this film is fantastic because this film should not keep my attention. It is one man in a car the entire time, and I was on the edge of my seat the whole…