List of my 2021 watches, ranked.
So anxiety inducing that it might as well have been directed by Josh and Benny Safdie, but also, strangely similar to Aronofsky’s Mother, maybe that’s the next cinematic era, the I Really Can’t Catch A Breath cinema, if so, I’m not complaining, this film was absolutely fantastic:
The entire film is set in one location, at a Shiva (which in Judaism is the seven-day period of mourning by the immediate family of the deceased), where young Danielle accompanied by her mother…
You might say I am exaggerating, but I truly believe that the existence of this movie is contributing to saving cinema. Most of the movies that are out nowadays are remakes, sequels/prequels or commercial and nostalgic gash-grabs. This movie has come to revolutionize cinema by offering us something we have absolutely never been offered before. It fucking rocks.
The surrealist comedy and social satire tie in together to create a groundbreaking commentary on our sociopolitical climate, all while serving the…
I always feel like I’m reading Charlie Kaufman’s diary while watching his films. This film is yet again an absurd semi-autobiography of the director, much like Synecdoche, New York is. When the films begins we find our selves instantly relating to the young lady, thinking she must be the protagonist since it is her inner-monologue that we hear.. we then realize she is nothing but a mere spectator of her boyfriends life and potential lives, her boyfriend being the alter-ego…