Omar, 17

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  • Uncut Gems

    Uncut Gems


    blu ray - sixth viewing

    Safdie Brothers Journey #38

    Extremely calculated chaos. No way about it, no matter how over disordered it might seem the film meticulously carries the randomness of the universe with it, all the gears working on a grander level to make up and fulfill the unlikely yet enchanting against-the-odds feel of Howard Ratner’s journey up until the end.

    The way the Safdie’s play with reality is magic, crafting an abnormal period piece, while also centering Howard’s…

  • Meet the Filmmakers: Josh and Benny Safdie

    Meet the Filmmakers: Josh and Benny Safdie


    criterion channel - first viewing

    Safdie Brothers Journey #37

    A fascinating look into the personal lives and artistic mentalities of Josh and Benny Safdie, possibly my favorite directors of all time. This documentary was filmed right around the end of finishing shoots for Good Time and I’m still stunned as to how I haven’t heard much at all about it, considering this provides without a doubt some of the most essential behind the scenes and thought processes for not only…

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  • Uncut Gems

    Uncut Gems


    theater - fifth viewing

    Took Mom and Dad this time around! officially the most I’ve ever seen a film in theaters. Just couldn’t help running it up to five times like come on.. the swimming pools scene in the club as Howard fights The Weeknd is literally gold. Also man that KG office scene is already iconic and Sandler steals every minute of it as he does in the whole entire film. I mean quite literally the whole thing is…

  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire


    theater - first viewing

    Céline Sciamma Journey #5 - Completed

    Immense. So hard to put ideas exactly into words, a full world of meaning exuding out of a romance. Céline Sciamma you genius, you. One of the most complex films in existence about every layer of love, life, and feeling. As if the entire moving soul, beauty, and sadness of art captured verbatim with a 1,000-words, yet still all each subtle and speechless like a daunting piece of work was…