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  • Koyaanisqatsi
  • 2001: A Space Odyssey
  • Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles
  • Daisies

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Pinned reviews

  • Nashville



    On the surface, Nashville is an exploration of the country music culture within the 1970s. It isn’t attempting to critique or even study the effects of society at the time but rather embrace them by simply showcasing how a city functions over the course of a few days. Constantly switching between those whose lives beautifully intertwine, it’s easy to find the film excessive or overcrowded, however, that’s the reality of how human beings live. A constant cycle in which everyone…

  • Wildlife



    The title “Wildlife” is a reference and is utilized as poetic symbolism for nature and the constant cycles surrounding the organisms within it; the most obvious comparison I can make is taking the Brinson family and using it as a metaphor for an ecosystem. The father Jerry (Jake Gyllenhaal), the mother Jeanette (Carey Mulligan) and the son Joe (Ed Oxenbould) are the three essential components that form it. A significant conception revolving ecosystems is that each part has astronomical importance,…

Recent reviews

  • Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles

    Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles


    There is absolutely nothing like this. No, really, I mean it. When my professor would help me edit my short films in film class, he would always say things like “trim the fat off of all the clips” or “make the film as tight as possible.” I get it. We had to showcase all of our short films at once in a presentation and the curriculum called for it, but it forced me into always assuming that films need to…

  • Babylon



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

    From the opening frame I felt a sense of ambition, a feeling of grandiose extravagance that could only appear on screen had the voices behind the vision been confident and creative. Chazelle has a deft touch to his stylistic decisions, one that immerses the audience. Whether it’s through the vast array of stunning colors, intricately stupendous set pieces, or expeditious pacing, something about Babylon’s 189-minute adventure feels inviting. Yet, Chazelle also wows the audience in an extreme method, presenting unorthodox…

Popular reviews

  • Pulp Fiction

    Pulp Fiction


    This movie has:
    - Mia Wallace showcasing her (perfect) dancing skills
    - Mia Wallace eating a burger 
    - Mia Wallace drinking a “pretty fuckin’ good $5 milkshake”
    - Mia Wallace smoking
    - Mia Wallace getting high asf
    - Mia Wallace talking
    - Mia Wallace walking 
    - Mia Wallace breathing 
    - Mia Wallace existing 

    And that’s enough for me

  • Tenet



    teacher: the test isn’t that confusing 

    the test: