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  • The Witch

    The Witch


    "What went we out into this wilderness to find? Leaving our country, kindred, our fathers houses? We have travailed a vast ocean. For what? For what?"

    From its opening seconds, The Witch captures the viewer and doesn't let you go until the very end. Every element is used to establish a sense of dread and tension seldom seen in horror movies. While it does give you time to breathe in between, there are certain moments that will not leave your…

  • Suspiria



    "It's all a mess. The one out there... The one in here... the one that's coming."

    I don't even know where to begin. This film is huge. Its rich political subtext about revolutions and uprisings combined with its wonderful exploration of so many different themes make for a great film to revisit every so often (this may or may not be my seventh time).

    This really feels like a movie straight out of the 70s, with fantastic cinematography, editing and…

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  • Phantom Thread

    Phantom Thread


    "I am older and I see things differently, and I finally understand you."

    I had to see this for a 10th (yes) time before the end of the year.
    I honestly don't know why this works as well as it does, the biggest reason for me is probably the score... everything else is exceptional too of course, but I can't imagine the movie working without it, and why should it?
    And those final ~20 minutes... cinema peaked right then and…

  • Luce



    hmm, the cinematography, performances and the music were all pretty great, the film was definitely trying to say a lot, but I'm not sure what it really said at the end. I also felt like ambiguity in its storytelling wasn't used that well here (for a much better example, watch Burning). Will maybe rewatch and change my mind... also some of the dialogue seemed weird

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  • The Irishman

    The Irishman


    ahh, movies... you gotta love 'em!!

  • Waves



    Been thinking about whether I should log this one or not, I didn't technically "watch it", but I read the screenplay while listening to the soundtrack.
    The main reason why I'm doing it is because reading the script felt like such a cinematic experience, many visual aspects (one-takes, aspect ratio changes etc.) were described perfectly in the text, making this a visceral, one of a kind reading experience.
    The other reason is that I loved this so much and I…