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  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

    ★★★★★

    “One thing I know for sure: don't do it like me. Do it like you.”

    Best: Gorgeous animation, cinematography, direction, voice work, story, sharp writing, editing, excellent characters, soundtrack & score
    Worst: A scene of poorly written exposition
    Notable Bit: One of the many ways the Imageworks team has paid tribute to old comic books through the visual style is to imitate the imperfections of offset printing.

    9.7/10

  • Good Morning, Vietnam

    Good Morning, Vietnam

    ★★★★

    “You are in more dire need of a blowjob than any white man in history.”

    Best: Robin Williams’ terrifically energetic performance, editing, direction, soundtrack 
    Worst: Jarring tonal shifts, some hackneyed drama
    Notable Bit: As Adrian chases Tuan through the alley, the background music is actually a cut from Alex North's unused score for 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968).

    8.0/10

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  • Blade Runner 2049

    Blade Runner 2049

    ★★★★★

    “Pain reminds you the joy you felt was real. More joy, then.”

    Best: Nutty cinematography 🤤🤤🤤, direction, acting, amazing score, gorgeous production design, stunning visual effects, sound design, story, writing
    Worst: One seemingly inconsequential seen (nitpick)
    Notable Bit: The opening scene in which K confronts Sapper Morton is a nearly exact remake of a scene written and storyboarded but never filmed for Blade Runner (1982)

    9.8/10

  • City Lights

    City Lights

    ★★★★★

    “The sober dawn awakens a different man.”

    Best: Excellent score, Charlie Chaplin, humor, story, character work
    Worst: 2 jokes that go on for too long
    Notable Bit: (at around 1 min) At the beginning of the film, a town official and a woman dedicating the statue can be heard uttering nondescript words by way of a paper reed mouth instrument. The sounds were made by Charles Chaplin and this was the first time that his voice was heard on film.

    9.6/10