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  • Those Shocking Shaking Days
  • Brutality in Stone
  • House of Tolerance
  • Swingers

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  • Jacob's Ladder

    ★★★

  • Jochem Myjer: Adem In, Adem Uit

    ★★

  • 48 Hrs.

    ★★★★

  • Heist

    ★★

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  • No Time to Die

    No Time to Die

    ★★½

    What a tragedy, this movie had potential to be the best Bond movie we've had in a decade, the first act is beautifully filmed, has tons of great actors giving great performances -on top of its great cinematography, but quickly turns into a disappointment of astronomical proportions.

    The first location is beautiful, they really manage to make you want to visit the location yourself because it blends everything together as if its natural for the crew and actors to be…

  • First Cow

    First Cow

    ★★★★

    It's an interesting take to put two very modern characters in the American frontier setting and the overall first and second cowboy generation genre that is generally considered to be meant for telling stories about outlaws, people with strong moral values, or to depict humanity at its most primal. The soft spoken and strongly emotional connection between Cookie and Lu almost feels homosexual at times when amplified by their environment. They speak of opening bakeries and hotels, they share their…

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  • Hail, Sarajevo

    Hail, Sarajevo

    ★★★★★

    [Fourth watch]

    Je Vous Salue, Sarajevo, or I Salute/Welcome You, Sarajevo is Godard's poetic take on the Balkan war, set to nothing but the haunting picture of a member of the Arkan Tigers kicking a Bosnian civilian, photographed by Ron Haviv in Bijeljina.
    The place where paramilitary forces acted out acts of murder, rape, and theft, mostly on the Muslim population, but also on the Serbians that were seen as traitors.

    Godard doesn't focus on any part of the war…

  • Hannah Gadsby: Nanette

    Hannah Gadsby: Nanette

    ★½

    Nanette is not a comedy, because our comedian would rather spend her show shouting political points in her native tongue with occasional self-importance, making our audience laugh because they got their political views confirmed. For anyone outside of her specific political tribe or anyone with half a brain, this is almost entirely unwatchable. If modern comedy is now reinvented to be this much of a political rally, don't sign me up for seconds because someone sucked the fun out of…