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  • Princess Mononoke
  • Dead or Alive 2: Birds
  • Resident Evil: Retribution
  • The Matrix Resurrections

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  • The Empire Strikes Back

  • Boyhood

  • Swing Girls

    ★★★★

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

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  • Boyhood

    Boyhood

    interesting it turned out this way, stages of development and conciliation throughout conscious life; missing the years of twenty to twenty nine where there is no representational guide to navigating a post-obama world. this is existence for a certain class who profess never wanting to live their life through a screen but tactically withdraw into mundane observances through the camera lens in order to return to a state of being that exists extra memory. they replicate their presently forgotten renditions in generality of the spiritual family, a condensed process with a gap in the future.

  • Swing Girls

    Swing Girls

    ★★★★

    when the sixteen girls and one boy of yamakawa high school band (haha) together for their final concert it's in a rush of hastily assembled instruments and bodies, where the lessons of time and money and patience have to be learned within forty minutes of a three act structure so of course this abridged version would cut essential corners, so do the students! and the teacher! and so do i, when i indulge my dilettante leanings. but this isn't fast…

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  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once

    fed up with films that rework themselves to feel good, as good people, infinitesimally so, and then self-prescribe that goodness—rather than the conciliatory action—to a sense of moral worth. the bagel typifies the desire for nothingness as an affront to good feeling, despite finding Meaning as a blend of relation sans reciprocal agency, the deferred family at the center of the universe. a white screen is every other color artistically refined, cut short and presented before an audience lacking context,…

  • The Batman

    The Batman

    ★★

    basically just this line spoken by copycat batman from the dark knight stretched to two hours and fifty six minutes. the symbolic orphan; the typified gotham citizen, first the fear and then the hope of a police searchlight. falcone dead and riddler uncovered, no lies to a digital eye but searching for truth is a misunderstanding of identity, the mask is the point because it typifies gotham's shadows—environmentally indistinct but for empty towers bearing the names of those long-dead, a…