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  • Punishment Park
  • Where Is My Friend's House?
  • Life, and Nothing More...
  • Days of Heaven

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  • Where Is My Friend's House?


  • The Black Phone


  • Bo Burnham: The Inside Outtakes

  • The Tree of Life


Pinned reviews

  • Paint Drying

    Paint Drying

    hello everyone, i’m officially back up and running!

    these last couple months i’ve been inactive due to private familial affairs that i don’t have the vigour to openly chatter or discuss about. because of these issues, i unfortunately spiralled into a deep depression and started repeating damaging and self-destructive vices i’m very disconsolate and ashamed about. i’m so very grateful for all the love and support i’ve received by the time i got back and i thank each and everyone…

  • Melancholia



    what am i supposed to say?

    seriously, what am i supposed to write?

    this is the film most important to me, the film that made me understand the formidable medium that is cinema. this is one of few films that left me with genuine and unadulterated exhaustion. 

    it’s a strenuous, stressful optical extravaganza of galactical scope. it gently lays you down, then forcefully and throbbingly cuts your chest open, rips your heart out, and stomps on it repeatedly. although by…

Recent reviews

  • Where Is My Friend's House?

    Where Is My Friend's House?


    disclaimer: listen, i know i should be watching Malick’s ‘A Hidden Life’ right now, but i bought The Koker Trilogy on DVD and i have to watch it. i’ll get back to my marathon right after.

    as we explore byways, crosscuts, routs and streets we’ve never beheld in our lives, we meet people who say things. we try and ask around about our friend, but no answer. we have clues and conversations, but non of them lead to our friend,…

  • The Tree of Life

    The Tree of Life


    it may be said that most serious artists ultimately migrate in similar directions, towards creating works that no longer simply evaluate local aspects of their lives, but inevitably address one’s self in the context of all life. and it appears that director Terrence Malick has already arrived to this point with ‘The Tree of Life’. basically a magnum opus upon arrival, ‘The Tree of Life’ deals with nothing less than a man coming to terms with the reason for his…

Popular reviews

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    …better than The Dark Knight…

  • The Thin Red Line

    The Thin Red Line


    barely topping out Pixar’s new sci-di adventure film, ‘Lightyear’, ‘The Thin Red Line’ is an evocatively inutile mess. a never-ending, radically flawed two-hours-and-fifty minutes, that i could not be more disappointed about.

    i’m aware of the fact that i’ve just compared ratings between Terrence Malick’s third feature and Pixar’s new widespread embarrassment, but let me explain.