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  • Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte

    Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte


    Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte is a 3.5, but it's barely 3.5/5, if that makes any sense. I kind of expected more from it. The most positive things about the film are Bette Davis and Olivia de Havilland's performances; they were amazing (especially Davis and the pure hysteria that radiated from her character, Charlotte). There was an air of mystery and loads of questions that arose throughout. It is quite similar to What Ever Happened To Baby Jane, at least atmosphere-wise.…

  • Society



    Society is downright weird and there’s something so enjoyable about it despite the movie absolutely reeking of the 1980’s. For most of the duration of the film, it’s more of a psychological mystery, but towards the finale is when it starts to border on horror. Our main character Billy suffers from paranoia and develops major suspicion regarding everybody in his town of Beverly Hills. Billy’s parents are eerily unemotional and the rest of the rich folks seem to be in…

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  • There Will Be Blood

    There Will Be Blood


    I don't know how or why, but I remember the exact date that I first watched the immaculate masterpiece that is There Will Be Blood. It was exactly one year ago on this day, September 8th. And I decided to rewatch this movie on my one-year anniversary of my primary viewing, I guess for sentimental effect and just because it seemed like the perfect time to revisit one of my favorite films ever. There Will Be Blood stunned me one…

  • Phantom Thread

    Phantom Thread


    "Kiss me, my girl... Before I am sick."

    Phantom Thread had been at the top of my radar, an absolute must-watch priority that I was patiently waiting to see ever since I found out that Paul Thomas Anderson was going to release a new film. I couldn't find anyone to watch it with me though and I was beginning to lose hope that I would catch it before the Oscars. But fortunately, I urged a close friend of mine to…