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  • Roma



    We are alone. No matter what they tell you, we women are always alone.

    Three and a half stars? I'm as surprised as you are. Describing the work of Alfonso Cuaron as "note-worthy" would be a rather big understatement. From Children of Men to Gravity to Y Tu Mama Tambien, the man has shown over and over that he is capable of pumping out some of the best movies modern cinema has to offer. For his newest flick, Cuaron returns…

  • The Mule

    The Mule


    The Old Man & the Truck.

    Clint Eastwood's The Mule is a bit different than I was expecting it to be. The trailer released for the film seemed to showcase a work that would be grim and violent. However, the film itself is less Breaking Bad and more like a deeply bittersweet and R-rated version of David Lowery's The Old Man & the Gun, hence the alternate title at the beginning. Now, that's not a complaint at all. In fact, I think…

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  • First Reformed

    First Reformed


    Courage is the solution to despair, reason provides no answers. I can't know what the future will bring. We have to choose despite uncertainty.

    I'M ALIVE.

    After having to spend a good two weeks fully devoting myself to focusing on finals, I have returned. Holy shit, I missed movies. Now that I'm back, I wanted to fit in at least one more viewing of this before awards season hits completely. Ethan Hawke, Schrader's script and direction, and cinematographer Alexander Dynan…

  • You Were Never Really Here

    You Were Never Really Here


    It's a beautiful day.

    I wanted to like this one way more than I actually did. From an aesthetic standpoint, You Were Never Really Here is great. I loved the cinematography, the editing, and the sound design. (And, for a film I'm not that big on overall, it might honestly have my favorite singular shot from a film released this year.) The score by Jonny Greenwood is solid. At times chilling, at other times atmospheric. Very different from what I've…