• Heavens Hands

    Heavens Hands

    A reality show follows the fractured events of the birth of Christ.

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    HEAVENS HANDS

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  • The Manchurian Candidate

    The Manchurian Candidate

    ★★★★★

    A work of fiction that has both inspired and predicted real world events. The Richard Condon book being based on something that didn't and couldn't have happened, but it's ideas shaped new fears born from the paranoia of the Cold War (and general post-Colonizer anxiety). The 1962 film had a suspicious sense of knowing before guys like Jack Ruby & Sirhan Sirhan dropped the bottom out. The 2004 film seeks the truth by naming it's villain accurately, Corporate America. Filled with Neon Graphix + Presidential Propaganda, brainwashed killuminated super-brain hyperawareness4deep-sleep hypnogogic cyber-punk Greek Opera and Brazilian nightmares.

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  • The Last Unicorn

    The Last Unicorn

    ★★★★★

    Deeply altruistic, Pro-Love but Anti-Possession, Pro-Resistance, Pro-Revolution, Anti-Captivity, Pro-Earth, Anti-Colonialism. Visually expresses dysmorphia and innocence crumbling under the hooves of oppression. Magic but also love and connection ultimately liberate the unicorns and King Haggard and his castle empire crumble into the sea.

  • Waiting to Exhale

    Waiting to Exhale

    ★★★

    The structure does a disservice to these brilliant performances. Angela Bassett's rage is searing and legendary, and yet the film feels scattered and incomplete. On that note, I can't get certain details out of my head. The desert landscape, Whitney talking about music, Sittin' Up in My Room by Brandy, and a general sense of comfort in the warm glow of these women's presence (the essence of the film) through my VCR.

  • Menace II Society

    Menace II Society

    ★★★★½

    Cinema verite/violent expressionism, made with maverick bravado and audacity. At times, a literal horror movie, filled with moral ambiguities and inconsistencies. Horrors of oppression and entrapment. Sensational but beautiful, demands respect and understanding.

  • Set It Off

    Set It Off

    ★★★★

    shattered
    desperation rising
    who you callin a bitch?
    breaking point black point break
    we ain't robbing stagecoaches, man
    ride or die>paradise ending

  • Three Days of the Condor

    Three Days of the Condor

    ★★★★

    She takes pictures that don’t look like she took them but she did take them so they do

  • Can't Get You Out of My Head

    Can't Get You Out of My Head

    ★★★★★

    Vindicating historical thread on individualism and patterns. Curtis is the David Attenborough of paranoiac existential dread.

  • The Wrong Valentine

    The Wrong Valentine

    ★★★★

    Intense debut performance by Evan Adams reminded me of Mark Wahlberg in Fear meets Fred Savage in No One Would Tell.

  • Inside Job

    Inside Job

    ★★★½

    Produced by Audrey Marrs from Bratmobile and Mocket.

  • Wall Street

    Wall Street

    ★★★★½

    money boys in big suits stare into the abyss