A dumb idiot. I like films and I also occasionally watch them.
"Everyone is everyone."
About every month or so, when I'm in bed but still awake, much past the time when I should be asleep (I'm a terrible sleeper),when the dark hangs above my head, nowhere for light, a sentence, an idea, forms into my head. Its small at first, small enough that I try to ignore it (oh god, not again), but sooner and sooner it gets bigger. It now surrounds my mind, invading evey inch of my thoughts. There…
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"My name is Alvin Flang"
5 years after one of his most confusing and ambitious films, Inland Empire, David Lynch returns with a completely different yet amazing film that is probably his most odd yet somehow his best, simply known as Love on a Leash. Similar to his other films, LoaL deals with themes of duality and personality dysmorphia. For example, the main character Alvin Flang completely changes character when he's in his human form, Prince. While at first this…
Looks great, but sadly I didn't care about the plot or any of the characters. If your plot mainly hinges on two characters relationship, then maybe its a good idea to have more than one scene with them together. It also suffers from the annoying trope of having two characters who in every scene adds detracting jokes or just comments on whats happening as if we can't understand what we just saw. I really like the main gimmick of the…
Scavenger hunt #57
Task 20: Don't be frightened by the snobbery, try a Palme d'Or
Parasite is an odd beast for me. When I first saw it, I really liked it, but I felt that the praise many people was giving it was a bit too high, and I was confused (and honestly a bit frustrated) too why it became the highest rated film on letterboxd and why everyone was treating it like it was one of the best…