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  • Children of Men

    Children of Men


    Alfonso Cuaron’s masterful dystopian drama.

    The long takes were fucking amazing. They were amazing to look at and the progression and camera work was beautiful. It was choreographed and rehearsed well.

    Clive Owen and Michael Caine were both great. Chiwetel Ejiofor.. with that good guy but not really persona yet again lol.

    The cinematography was superb.

    The pacing may fall at times but the running time was alright.

  • Eyes Wide Shut

    Eyes Wide Shut


    Almost three hours of erotic, creepy, magnificent final masterpiece from Stanley Kubrick!

    Tom Cruise did a wonderful job as a man searching for answers and Nicole Kidman as a passionate lover.

    The whole thing involving the masks and cloaks felt really creepy and the sequences with the  sex cult were great. 

    I fucking love the cinematography and you can see the Kubrick in it. The mise en scene and camera work was outstanding. Also, the color grading as well.


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    Mission: Impossible - Fallout


    The most intense, action-packed Mission yet! And no, this isn't that headline bait you see on the packaging on DVDs and Blu Rays.... bc it's fucking true!

    This feels a well-directed action movie. Christopher McQuarrie did a fantastic job.

    The tension, cinematography, atmosphere... hit all the high marks.

    From the get-go, with the score filling most of the sequences.. this Mission film focuses on the characters and their humanity. You get to emphatize even more.

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  • Call Me by Your Name

    Call Me by Your Name



    Call Me By Your Name... and I’ll call you by mine...

    Armie Hammer and Timothee Chalamet have great chemistry. Even without lines they work so well together. Definitely Timothee is the main protagonist as the story truly revolves around him and his summer in 1983, Italy as he meets Armie.

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