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  • A Ghost Story

    A Ghost Story


    First of all, that pie scene. I actually really liked that scene as well as the opening. They both conveyed this sense of emptiness that rarely you see in a film. There was a subtle suspense on how she was going to break down in that pie scene, and it’s such a humanizing and powerful moment imo. 

    Anyways, A Ghost Story was a mesmerizing meditation on grief, letting go, and the enormity of time and the universe. I was enthralled…

  • Minding the Gap

    Minding the Gap


    Expected a skateboarding movie; did not expect an emotional rollercoaster.

    It starts as a hopeful, fun, coming-of-age skateboard documentary but as the characters grow up and change, so does the documentary as well.

    The doc revolves around the three friends and how they have dealt with some kind of emotional and physical abuse in their lives, which has managed to shape them into who they are. That becomes the main focus of the documentary later on and deals with huge…

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  • The Invitation

    The Invitation


    Worth watching but a bit of a missed opportunity. It left too many unanswered questions imo. Although I really liked the philosophical themes in the film. It’s really good in building suspense but the ending was pretty weak to me.

  • Dumb and Dumber

    Dumb and Dumber


    "You know what I'm sick and tired of, Harry? I'm sick and tired of having to eke my way through life. I'm sick and tired of being a nobody... But most of all... I'm sick and tired of having nobody."

    Shit man...that’s kind of depressing for a comedy movie..

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  • 2001: A Space Odyssey

    2001: A Space Odyssey


    the greatest thing ever put into film. It still amazes me that this was released and made even before man stepped on the moon. It’s by all means an astounding and profound cinematic experience.

  • Zodiac



    "Not many people have basements in California"

    The final act of this film still had me on the edge of my seat, it’s so exhausting to watch. Despite the lengthiness of it all, I never found it boring, the time seems to fly by as I really become transfixed throughout the entire movie. I also think it combined many of the best elements found in Fincher's earlier works. The movie really gives you all of the details, ending with everything unraveled, completely true to the real-life events, no clean answers and with you having to decide.