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  • Isle of Dogs

    Isle of Dogs


    Behind the beautiful animation and foreign, almost surrealist atmosphere of Isle of Dogs lies a disappointingly shallow plot with generic themes and weak subtext. The film lacks meaning and purpose but is still enjoyable thanks to the care that went into every detail of each shot. If only the same could be said about the script.

    The film was strictly structured with title cards indicating act breaks. While this is pretty common with artsy film makers it did suggest that…

  • One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

    When i was in London last year i was able to watch this in the BFI (it's still the only film I've been able to see there). It was one of my all time favourite cinema experiences. To sit with fellow cinephiles who were all as invested in the film as I was made for a unique experience unlike all the chain-cinemas that I've had no choice but to go to in the past. I'd never been in a place…

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  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive


    A love story in the city of dreams...

    Mulholland Drive was exactly that, a dream. The subtlety emotional score, unique pacing, layered story and bizarre characters blend together into this fantastic film that took me on a trip like no other.


    David Lynch expertly toys with my emotions throughout the film. The movie horrified me at points (the trashman was oddly terrifying) yet also made me laugh (the botched assassination was hilarious). All the while seducing me with its…

  • Radiohead: In Rainbows – From The Basement

    Radiohead: In Rainbows – From The Basement

    I didn't realise that the live version of this masterpiece of an album was on Letterboxd so I guess I'll use this write-up to express my love for Radiohead. For about two years now Radiohead have been a major part of my life (my username is a reference to this very album). I have very limited knowledge in music especially when compared to movies but they have had such a profound effect on me and I believe they are like…