Vincent Vega
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  • Enemy



    “What do you mean exactly like me?”

    I’m going to split this review into two halves, the first section, spoiler free, the bottom section spoiler filled, there will be ample seperation in between. 

    Enemy is one of the most beautifully crafted movies of this decade. Every aspect of this movie works for me, the characters, the narrative(if you fully understand every Element at play) the acting, score, cinematography, everything connects and works so well for me. 

    First of all, my…

  • The Prestige

    The Prestige


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    This is undoubtedly one of my favourite movies of all time, I have never been so captivated, so invigorously attached and invested in a single movie narrative ever. 

    To start off, Christopher Nolan, is an absolute God, the direction of this movie, is so fine tuned, so executed to perfection, so carefully planned, reviewed and utilized it baffles me. The amount of confidence he must have had to execute this screenplay is imeasurable. The screenplay requires such fine tuned accuracy,…

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  • Goldman v Silverman

    Goldman v Silverman


    Not quite sure what the point of that was. This is a short that’s stylistically idiosyncratic, akin to the Safdie brothers that feeds off the new work street performer competitive flames. Worth checking out but nothing groundbreaking aside from typical visual flare that the Safdies bring to their films.

  • Model Citizen

    Model Citizen


    Hmmmmm, not sure this one quite hits the notes it thinks it does.

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  • Vertigo



    “What car”

    Hitchcock does it again. Another enthralling, grilling riveting and suspenseful narrative execute in brilliance. 

    James Stewart is the standout in this for me, I think he’s better in this movie than in rear window. Kim Novak also has a very complex performance to pull off and I think she does a good job with it. 

    Again, the observative, curious nature and tone of this film keeps you gripped through the whole run time, this time the narrative delves…

  • Transformers



    Yeah, I admit it, I teared up and got goosebumps, that’s what true nostalgia feels like. Oh shoot me.
    The score, the editing combined with a MASSIVE childhood obsession lead to a massive grin and a tear during the arrival scene of the auto bots, during the final fight, and more. Sorry Cinefiles, not getting a lower rating from me.