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  • Menace II Society

    ★★★★★

  • Men

    ★★★

  • Q

    ★★★

  • Don't Look Now

    ★★★★

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  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once

    ★★★★★

    In another life, I would have loved to do laundry and taxes with you.

    The world is an overwhelming place, and we're all struggling to get through it. Responsibilities pile up, the stacks of bills and receipts cluttering your home and your mind as you drown in chaos and anxiety, frantically trying to make some kind of sense of it all. Eventually, it's just like going through the motions, this constant cycle of sleepless nights and days filled with nothing…

  • Memoria

    Memoria

    ★★★★★

    Sometimes there's no escape except in dreams.

    The resonance of the earth reverberates through our bones. We are part of it, and it is part of us, and we are all part of each other. It is impossible but absolute, indescribable yet fundamental. Everything breathes in unison, a part of a collective far greater than our comprehension, yet within the minutia we each maintain individual perspective that cannot be replicated. Imperceptibly, we are all threads of a larger interwoven fabric,…

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  • Men

    Men

    Escaping personal demons by fleeing to idyllic bliss, only to find that every fiber of this earthly landscape is coated in a thick layer of inescapable, corrosive rot. There are no boundaries to the suffocatingly widespread sentiments of decay and corruption that serve only to infect everything within their grasp. Be it through regressive institutional teachings, cultural pervasion, or an endless cycle of rebirth and generational indoctrination, those in power continue to perpetuate twisted ideology and egocentric framing that positions…

  • Q

    Q

    ★★★

    Glorious, delirious schlock. It doesn't get much better than Michael Moriarty's insane performance as the world's least likeable protagonist as a diamond heist spirals into a battle against a winged serpent terrorizing New York City and a cult worshipping an ancient Aztec god. There's also an extended sequence dedicated to maybe the worst musical performance ever put to film. This movie rules.

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  • The Matrix Resurrections

    The Matrix Resurrections

    ★★★★

    If you don't know what's real, you can't resist.

    The code is everywhere. It cascades down the falling rain, the condensation on the mirror, the bubbles in the window wash. A persistent, permeating feeling of unease that something is wrong, unable to place your finger on just where the source of the unease lies. You go through the motions of daily life, a shiny modern veneer coating a once drab and banal world of droning existence, but the end result…

  • After We Fell

    After We Fell

    A movie so bold that it tried to pass off Bulgaria as both the Pacific Northwest and England and thought nobody would notice.