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  • Love Exposure
  • Norte: The End of History
  • Come and See
  • Red Post on Escher Street

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  • Gone Girl


  • The Death of Mr. Lazarescu


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  • Corpus Christi

    Corpus Christi


    SINEGANG Weekly Pick #17
    Recommended by: Gieselle

    “Doesn’t matter where you’re coming from. All that matters is where you’re going.”

    Corpus Christi deals with an unexpectedly complex subject matter. What if your local priest, who is a celebrated pariah and a self-made cult of personality, is secretly fake? This film dives deep into both the personal lies and struggles and the external obligations and challenges that plague our ex-convict and anti-hero Daniel. Truth be told, I’m extremely impressed with this…

  • An Elephant Sitting Still

    An Elephant Sitting Still


    The world is a wasteland.

    To describe this movie is to describe the shared feeling of youthful disillusionment. It is the banner around which An Elephant Sitting Still drags its feet around. It's an unapologetically slow and subservient drama about broken families and neglected characters; powerless youth; disillusioned and pessimistic descriptions of the world and of the self. It’s unfortunate that Hu Bo left us too early, but his sole film is essentially one of the greatest cinematic ballads ever…

Recent reviews

  • Nope



    There’s plenty of personal technical achievements Jordan Poole and company pulled out here. Like his other films, it is notoriously dense, but as a meta-commentary on the horrifying nature of spectacle and our feral desires to consume entertainment.

    <<more on the way>>

  • Gone Girl

    Gone Girl


    Through every step of the way, Gone Girl is a psychologically gripping experience from start to finish. There's a lot to be enamored by the directions which this film takes, the least of which is that this state of emotional psychopathy displayed thanks to some stellar performances by Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike. It's a film that manages to pull punches to the extent that David Fincher's auteur sensibilities feel more like background objects than the center of attention. Yet,…

Popular reviews

  • Never Not Love You

    Never Not Love You

    Hey! Do you hate James Reid's accent? Do you hate how bland his acting comes off whenever he speaks? Do you fucking hate how distressing it feels whenever he says something on-screen? Well, have I got the perfect drinking game for you!

    Introducing the Never Not Love You Drinking Challenge!

    The mechanics are very simple. Every time James Reid...
    • says "London" or "Love", take a shot!
    • kisses Nadine on-screen, take a shot!
    • has a cigarette on his…

  • Moral



    True Colors Film Festival

    The beauty of Moral lies in how much it digs into the various experiences of four female friends as they vie or grasp for control of their different personal issues. Here's one woman who questions her role as a housewife, another who has a loose string of relationships, another separated from her husband, and another who will do anything to climb up the music charts. Everything comes together so neatly because MDA efficiently uses that 140-minute…