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  • Spider-Man: Far from Home

    Spider-Man: Far from Home


    Even though I've given pretty generously high scores to most of the MCU movies, I haven't really been it's hugest fan over the past few years. Many of the films in the series, while they mostly deliver to their audience, have never really had much of a lasting impression on me. The films just didn't have enough, for lack of a better term, "substance" for me. I was extremely hesitant to even see Far From Home on account of my…

  • Being John Malkovich

    Being John Malkovich


    The incredible Charlie Kaufman × Spike Jonze duo both started their illustrious careers with this blazingly original masterpiece. This is essentially an existential fantasy, yet, it's also a hilarious comedy. The comedic performances are some of the best I've seen across the board. Kaufman's dialogue is incredibly idiosyncratic, funnny, and all around brilliant. I could watch this film 100 times in a row on repeat and never get bored.

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  • 2001: A Space Odyssey

    2001: A Space Odyssey


    This is, and always will be, my favorite film of all time! One of the only true cinematic "experiences" out there, Kubrick shoots you up into the distant future for the grandest 2 1/2 hours in cinema. You really do feel like you're on another planet, in another world, and the feeling doesn't leave after the end credits; walking out of the theater, everything around you seems like it's part of something bigger. This story is closer to humanity than…

  • 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days

    4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days


    I've been dying to see this film for what seems like ages, and I finally watched it on the Criterion Channel last night. And oh man, it did not disappoint. I love and cherish the few films that make me so tense and uncomfortable that I start exhibiting physical symptoms. For almost the entire film, my toes were curled, my stomach was churning, and my breathes were short. If the (absolutely friggin' brilliant) director, Cristian Mungiu had decided to give…