wrymereo

πŸŽ₯ Varda-stan, Kurosawa-hoe, Ray-clan, Taranti-NO! 🎭

Instagram: @wrymerwatch

Blog: bioscopechronicles.wordpress.com

Favorite films

  • Pather Panchali
  • The Godfather: Part II
  • Nashville
  • Only Yesterday

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  • Red Rocket

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  • Paddington

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  • The Deliverance

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  • The Eunuch and the Flute Player

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  • The Eunuch and the Flute Player

    The Eunuch and the Flute Player

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    Closing out the month with one last Pride film and I had to look back into my homeground, of course. And it does end it in the best way possible. The film is a portrayal of a relationship between a trans woman and a cis man while setting it in the larger backdrop of the 'hijra' community if India. It'd be an understatement to say that this moved me with it's so delicate and tender and, for the most part,…

  • Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone

    Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone

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    I liked it. Love the updated animation.
    As a recap of the first few episodes of the show this does it's job. I can revisit this if I was in the mood for NGE but didn't have the time to go through the show all over again.

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  • The Batman

    The Batman

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    I want to say first and foremost, that I enjoyed The Batman purely as an experience and as pure entertainment. There's sometimes a tendency to consider a film "worthy" only when it has something nuanced and deep to say, which is a take I disagree with. I can expect that from arthouse maybe. But in blockbusters, deeper themes have ways been more of a bonus to my experience. The thrill and the fun is of importance as much.

    And The…

  • RRR

    RRR

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    RRR has become kind of the new 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon' as an introduction towards the maximalist excess of Indian blockbusters so I decided to tackle this. Of course, true maximalist films are of the kind that completely revel in their excesses. Paying little service to logic or coherence, they optimize the sensual experience instead. Indian Cinema has had a very long history of that which is probably why RRR doesn't surprise me as much as it has others, but…