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  • Thief
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  • The Big City

    ★★★★★

  • Squid Game

    ★★½

  • My Fair Lady

    ★★★★½

  • Thuppakki

    ★½

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  • The Big City

    The Big City

    ★★★★★

    Some things are just made to leave a huge smile on your face. For every moment that Arati is put in a harsh situation, there is always a moment where she is allowed to feel at peace. It just keeps adding up! I cannot help but lap up all of this lovely, lively positivity that lights up every place that The Big City holds.

    Without a doubt the best urban Indian soundscape I've seen in film, I was a bit…

  • Squid Game

    Squid Game

    ★★½

    No hook, no line, no sinker. Lack of a strong message, and main characters that never develop. There's a few amazing areas here and there, the visuals are great, and the premise is excellent. If only it had learned from its better predecessors like battle royale and saw. Many things go nowhere and end in a pit of insignificance.

    I like the idea of betting on the self. I like the representation of capitalism of a game of luck and…

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  • Thief

    Thief

    ★★★★★

    Has there ever been a filmmaker so fundamentally bonded with professionalism as Michael Mann? There are many scenes of professionals simply doing their work in excruciating detail and every single one of them is ecstatic to watch. There are real tools, real things being made and destroyed, be it relationships or safe. Frank is a guy who made his rules out of respect for life, but life tells him to shove his rules up his ass. When this happens, he…

  • Raw

    Raw

    ★★★★★

    There is simply no better movie about outgrowing your teenage self.

    A large part of high school, and in turn, college, tends to be the need to fit into a new place. You're pushed into the world of adults-to-be and expected to act responsibly while hormones warp your mind and body in confusing ways. Growing up is hard, and we go to great lengths to make it even harder for each other. The opening scenes make this quite crystal clear.…