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  • Vertigo
  • Collateral

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  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    Beautiful in its simplicity. On the surface, this is all about the multiverse, the infinite versions of a person that populate the hypothetical plane of all realities. But really, it is about the One. Unity. The immeasurable gulf between us and those around us.

    Each of us contain possibilities. I connected deeply with Michelle Yeoh's character, Evelyn. I myself am a jack of all trades and feel like a master of none. I don't believe in the possibility of my…

  • The Matrix Resurrections

    The Matrix Resurrections


    The most disappointing thing about our current technology-driven dystopia is how uncool it all is. We don’t have cybernetic implants, actual robots, or psychedelic technology. When The Matrix came out, the internet was full of promise. Ideas like democratization and decentralization were the dreams of the day. Now that moment feels like a missed opportunity. Gone are the anonymous hackers and anarchists. [They aren't gone so much as covered up by the clutter of capitalism. I really recommend Cory Doctorow…

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  • Sunshine



    We live in an indifferent world. A world where many natural phenomena can kill us if we are exposed to the wrong dosage. Water and the sun being the most obvious examples. But we can’t help but be drawn to them. We need them to live, but we can’t indulge too much or we will die. Or go mad. 

    SUNSHINE may seem like a bleak movie, but like INTERSTELLAR, the hope is how we face the potential ending. The Icarus…

  • Kubo and the Two Strings

    Kubo and the Two Strings


    An excellent adventure fable. The least complex Laika film to date, but no less rewarding. Gorgeous animation and a well-crafted story. It feels huge while being intimate.