Vicariously I live while the whole world dies.
Much better you than I

Favorite films

  • Serial Experiments Lain
  • Perfect Blue
  • Neon Genesis Evangelion
  • Ghost in the Shell

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  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    Exposition and social commentary sort of detracted from this being a 5/5 for me.

    I sort of prefer films like this to have absolutely no narrative structure, message or connection to reality whatsoever. Just give me pure random chaos and dope B roll.

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    So much of this was absurd I wouldn’t even know where to start. This was built for a western audience, it doesn’t really appeal to Muslim and the acting was horrible.

    Edit: how was this made by a Kazakh? Even more astounding

Popular reviews

  • Love & Pop

    Love & Pop


    Love & Pop In-Depth Analysis Part 1: Historical Background of Japan in 1998.

    Love & Pop is a compelling critique of the state of Japan in the late 90’s. In order to understand why this movie exists and what it’s talking about you must learn what was going on in the country at that time. I’m no historian but I’ll do my best to break down what my research has uncovered to the best of my ability.

    1. The Bubble Economy


  • Red Post on Escher Street

    Red Post on Escher Street


    He's fucking back! Easily one of the top 3 Sono!

    Right when we were beginning to doubt we would ever see him return. When it looked like he was losing his touch; he drops this masterpiece!

    That whole film was just a giant expression of frustration with the studio system and his cult icon status. It expressed a desire to return to filming movies like he used to; independently and without constraints. Wanting to leave a legacy his family can be proud of. It was hype. Compelling af.