Rahne Marie

Rahne Marie

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Melbourne, Australia. Film teacher for 15 years.

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  • Pulp Fiction

    Pulp Fiction

    ★★★½

    When Pulp Fiction was released I saw it in the cinema, fell asleep half way thorough and, as a result, I spent almost 30 years rolling my eyes at this film. I just watched it all the way through and it is more fun than I gave it credit for. I can leave the bullshit dialogue, but I like the slap-stick goofiness of the situations.
    Also, STEVE BUSCEMI PLAYS THE BUDDY HOLLY WAITER at the 50s diner - why have no film-bros ever mentioned this to me???!!!

  • Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar

    Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar

    ★★★

    It was fine. There were some 'Romy and Michele' vibes and some funny sequences in Barb and Star (the Trish story on the plane) but... I feel like American comedians have been trying to do the Aussie 'Kath & Kim' style humour for a while and not quite getting there. On the other hand, maybe there was some uniquely USA-centric humour in here that I missed? The seagull musical interlude was also good lol

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  • Tenet

    Tenet

    All I was thinking during the entire film, was "Imagine if Nolan went back in time to the 80s and had to make this movie with only analogue effects."
    P.S. I saw this on 70mm film as my first cinema experience IN 8 MONTHS (I am in Victoria Australia and we've just come out of the longest, strictest lockdown in the world) and honestly, I was just happy just to be there.

  • Only Lovers Left Alive

    Only Lovers Left Alive

    ★★★★★

    If a narrative is supposed to have a beginning, middle and end, what would the story of your life be if there was no end? Just an infinite middle?
    Maybe it would be like being a teenager sitting in your room, languishing around to dreamy music, smoking clove cigarettes out the window, knowing EVERYTHING, thinking about mushrooms and waiting for nothing to happen.
    I loved it.