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  • The Post

    The Post


    This, Zodiac, and Spotlight prove that "news reporters being the absolute best at their jobs" is low-key the best subgenre in film?

    And if anything, this film also proves that listening to what people on YouTube and Reddit film criticism circles say about a specific movie is ultimately useless because I spent so much of the past few years avoiding this film like the plague but turns out, it's actually really good with some of Spielberg's best blocking and some…

  • The Terminal

    The Terminal


    This movie is a cinematic masterpiece. An unfair Steven Spielberg movie, and I recommend it to everyone. A movie based on a true story that I have never heard or seen. I like to watch different movies and not watch movies with the same theme all the time. I loved this movie even more because the main character is Tom Hanks with an amazing cast. The film shows the evil that people have towards strangers in a special way, always ending the good and the bad face to face and the good comes out the winner.

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  • Nobody



    'You brought a lot of shotguns.'
    'Well you brought a lot of Russians.'

    Well boys and girls, there it is: THE GREATEST ACTION MOVIE OF 2021

    EVERYTHING this movie does, it does with great style and a sense of perspective. The soundtrack is TOPNOTCH, Tarantino could'n have done it better. The action is SUPERB, no nauseating montage but still paced. And it's fucking FUN.

    This made me happy, really. I still have a grin on my face. This is the perfect eighties action movie made in 2021.

  • There Will Be Blood

    There Will Be Blood



    Truly, the best evolution of a character through a perfectly written story. I can't even believe this masterpiece exists, it is too good for almost any other film out there. There Will Be Blood is a terrifying story of greed, hatred, madness & all that comes with power. Paul Thomas Anderson writes and directs with so much conviction, it’s hard to think any film could be better. Paul Dano shines brightly here, holding…