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  • Always Shine

    Always Shine


    Mullholland Drive for the lazy.

    It starts off as a story of rivalry between struggling actresses. The dialogue is so layered and the background score is so designed that you feel like you're watching a mind-bending thriller. The setting is dull, the scenes are ordinary but the treatment is innovative and bizarre.

    Would have been so much more satisfied had they not gone in the supernatural realm, and stuck to making a horror movie where the bad guy is the dialogue!

  • Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

    Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales


    Time and tide wait for none. Not even for the likes of Johnny Depp and Javier Bardem, two supremely talented actors captaining this ambitious finale to the Pirates Of The Caribbean franchise. As time runs out and tides become stronger, Bardem and Depp take turns at the wheel, and barely manage to bring the ship to shore.

    The movie has the makings of an epic adventure. The VFX is stunning, the actors’ comic timing is impeccable, cinematographer Paul Cameron’s sweeping…

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  • Enemy



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    A legitimate moody mindfuck, if there ever was one.

    I'm going to be honest here and admit that while I had a dozen theories swirling in my head, reading about the movie, the theme, the ending made things much clearer. Hindsight is 20/20 :)

    About 60 minutes into the movie, I genuinely thought that the mother was actually raising twin boys separately. The scene where she tells Adam to "give up on the third rate acting" - I thought she'd…

  • Hard Candy

    Hard Candy


    Never have I ever paused a movie so much. I took breathing breaks, water breaks, just let-that-sink-in breaks and shudder breaks in general.

    What a fierce feministic film this is. Recommended for everyone who feels helpless, reels from sexual abuse. Watch this and live vicariously through Page's Haley.

    Also, in a film where you should hate the antagonist no questions asked, I fell in love with Patrick Wilson (all over again).