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  • Another Round

    Another Round


    A thoroughly enjoyable, depressing and thought provoking thought experiment crossed with a coming of age film. The idea of microdosing alcohol to increase your quality of life is interesting to me, as someone who’s never drank alcohol or taken recreational drugs I struggle somewhat to relate to the feelings however who says alcohol or drugs has to be the change to improve your quality of life? Surely any drastic change in lifestyle, as long as it’s controlled and positive can…

  • Mangrove



    This remarkable piece of empowerment and solidarity premiering in the wake of the horrendous and unjust Breonna Taylor case result is either cruel irony or a rousing act of unity towards those in the world who are sick to death of the police injustice within the world. The fact that this film tells the story of a court case in 1970 and these things are still happening is sickening. 

    Steve McQueen is a master, arguably the greatest living filmmaker. A…

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  • Nobody


    Every bit as powerful and relevant today as it’s ever been. Today, with a heavy heart I must come to terms with the fact that the world has lost not just one of the greatest artists of all time, but one of the greatest, most kind, generous, caring and hilarious human beings to ever walk it. Eli was so passionate about his craft, about helping others discover films new and old. I can’t believe that he’s gone. 

    I have so…

  • Thunder Road

    Thunder Road


    "I'll never forgive you for this"

    I've taken a very long walk after the credits rolled and even still i'm at a loss for words. It's testament to a brilliant director to turn an already all time great short film into a fully fleshed out and ultimately improved feature film. Jim Cummings deserves all the credit in the world for writing such a harrowing, heartfelt and natural dialogue all while putting in an Oscar worthy performance.

    If you've seen the…