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  • Man of Steel

    Man of Steel


    Last time I watched this was a blur. The framing device of the screenplay is really good. The flashbacks of coping with who he is works very well. The opening sequence is an interesting epic that I look back fondly upon, feels like Shakespeare or an operatic piece.

    However, the film takes a near nosedive in story around halfway through. This may be due to the fact that it almost seems to end a few times, but keeps going. The…

  • Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez

    Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez


    Docuseries that poses more interesting ideas than a good craft. As ususal, trying to fill up some episodes rather than condensing.

    It's a wild story and definitely poses interesting questions. But, there's a really weird possible association of his death being like Jesus which is just baffling and a strange association even if it's just for a few seconds.

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  • mother!



    Did this leave me speechless afterward? Yes.
    Is it pretentious? Yes.
    Absurd that it's nearly laughable at times? Yes.
    Is it terrifying? Yes.
    Was it all over the place? Yes.
    Was it well made? I don't know. But, this film will leave you discussing for at least an hour afterward. And that might be the sign of something special.

    I'm honestly amazed that this film exists at all. Go see in theaters while you can.

  • The Shape of Water

    The Shape of Water


    Such a beautiful film.

    The Production Designer did a fantastic job and DESERVES that Oscar. Works really well with the worldbuilding here.

    Also one of the best edited films of the year. The film's pace is excellent, and the subtitles for the sign language is minimalist and feels at home with the visuals. Also a great mix of subtitles and verbal translations here. Sound design is also very rich and beautiful.

    The performances were top notch and the protagonist knocked…