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  • The Bandit

    The Bandit


    If this movie was a liquid, it would be pitch. It is incredibly slow. And although it picks up a bit in the middle, overall it's a badly executed chaotic mess. Its only redeeming features are Sener Sen – who plays Baran the bandit – and the well made cinematography by Ugur Içbak. Other than that, it's badly acted, badly edited and badly written.

  • Tenet



    This review does not contain spoilers, per se, but I'd highly recommend going into this movie blind

    Early on in the movie, our protagonist (John David Washington) is advised "Don't try to understand", and that comment seem to be directed in part to us as well. Tenet is an intricate web of time, and you have to be on your mental toes constantly to piece things together. The movie sticks to its internal logic and rules, and executes them in…

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  • La La Land

    La La Land


    A beautiful homage to the musicals of the past. A rare example of a movie that contradicts the usual statement of "they don't make movies like this anymore". Perhaps cramming too many references and pandering a bit too much to Hollywood. Gosling and Stone are great actors, but not as great singers and dancers. The brilliant Cinematography of Linus Sandgren deserves a mention; with long takes alternated with quick cuts, all accompanied by wonderful use of colour. The ending takes the award for keeping viewer pulse high for longest time.

  • The Lighthouse

    The Lighthouse


    In this nightmare of a movie we follow two light house keepers (Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson) in the late 1800s and their descent into madness. It's well shot (4:3 black and white) and well acted.

    They don't make movies like this anymore, well, except they do apparently.