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  • The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
  • Y Tu Mamá También
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  • The Third Man

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  • Goodbye, Dragon Inn

    Goodbye, Dragon Inn


    an unrestrained enigmatic expression of love to the art of film. every frame weeps with pathos and nostalgia, and like a sickness spreading through the walls, there’s a veritable dread and isolation accompanying the corridors and back rooms. the building itself playing its own part in the death of the art form, with the characters’ importance second to the structure they find themselves in. 

    i understand the critiques of this film, it’s more than justifiable to believe that as gorgeous…

  • The Worst Person in the World

    The Worst Person in the World


    weird and wonderful, the worst person in the world serves as a meditation on mortality focused not on what death brings, but what life means before the end; a film not so much focused on the relationships you have with others as much as it is with yourself. people, like moments, come and go and ultimately the only ever constant in life is yourself, and for better or for worse, joachim trier nails that.

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Popular reviews

  • True Stories

    True Stories


    loved every minute of this. a Once In a Lifetime film. every shot is pure art. every little idiosyncrasy serves a purpose. in many ways, and bizarrely enough, this is one of the most true to life films i’ve ever seen. cinematic ecstasy. stop making sense. david byrne is the fucking greatest.

  • Bullet Train

    Bullet Train


    was dick van dyke the accent coach on this because what the fuck?