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  • A Field in England

    A Field in England


    So, there's this wizard, right? And another, evil wizard has stolen his papers and his magical mirror. And then, the wizard died - But not before sending his cowardly little assistant to find the other wizard and get his stuff back.
    The little assistant weasels through a civil war, looking for the thief, and finally finds himself captured by the villain, who has set up a tent in a field, looking for some kind of treasure.
    The little assistant wizard…

  • The Tree of Life

    The Tree of Life


    A boundless camera flies through the lives of an American family and, in a sequence that puts 2001 to shame, through space and time. Me and my roommates discovered many metaphorical vaginas in this film. Also, there were dinosaurs. That's always a plus.
    Brad Pitt was a shit dad, Jessica Chestain was a shit mom (get fucked if you think otherwise) and the children were unlikable little Psychos. All those terrible characters in a borderline incomprehensible narrative that didn't even…

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  • Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Seated next to me in the cinema was a true Tarantino fan. He was about twenty years old, nerdy, visiting the theatre with his friends. He was SO into this movie, it really annoyed me. I don't think, I would have found the humor quite so stupid, hadn't he sat next to me, laughing so hard at every little thing. When Brad Pitt was about to fight Bruce Lee, he excitedly exclaimed "Oh no! He's gonna do it! Amazing!" and…

  • Silence



    "Silence" is an intense, quiet movie that feels meditative and profound, never dull for a second and very, very big.
    The concepts these characters struggle with are very foreign to me and, I imagine, to most viewers. It's not the 1600's anymore. Never the less - "Silence" makes the time period feel contemporary, its conflicts important and immediate. It achieves this marvelous feat not by explaining anything to us, but by showing it in that direct way that no one…