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Film #15 of 2023.
A pure and simple film that moved me tremendously and had me crying profusely for the final 20 minutes of it. Straightforward without anything to drag or bloat either the plot or runtime and although sentimental for sure due to the plot and subject matter, the sincerity in which the film presents itself makes for one immensely heart touching viewing.
It was so lovely to see this type of performance from Anthony Hopkins, so tender and…
Film #14 of 2023
Woah! My first Marlene Dietrich film.
Fabulously written, every other dialogue was a complete zinger that had me slapping my knee, jaw dropping open and fully invested in what was to come next. The film's twists slowly emerged and once they did, the nervousness and anticipation was amped up to the max leading to the final conclusion where I was most pleasantly surprised with. The film also makes use of wonderful humour especially at the start…
Film #50 of 2022
I genuinely experienced a full fledged existential crisis as I watched this film on the big screen. I was entertained yet I was questioning every decision I have made in life so far at the age of 24. I laughed at many of the scenes yet I couldn't help but conjure up innumerable hyperbolic situations about what my life would have become had I made different choices. I longed for a sense of closure with my…
Film #103 of 2022
Wow, a hypnotic and haunting film. Right from the get go, the film has a dream like atmosphere that completely immerses you within it and keeps you hooked. I also really appreciated the almost timelessness of the film's world where we didn't know when this was taking place. It added to the surrealist vibes that I notice Luca Guadagnino goes for in his films. I loved the score and especially the cinematography, capturing beautifully the vastness…