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  • The Scary of Sixty-First

    ½

  • Blue Velvet

    ★★★★

  • Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

    ★★★

  • There Will Be Blood

    ★★★½

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  • The Scary of Sixty-First

    The Scary of Sixty-First

    my God it's bad. as someone with so many connections in the artsy fartsy world, Dasha Nekrasova could actually use them to make this mess better (and actually have like.. a plot)
    miss girl wanted to make her own private Suspiria but failed miserably — the only good actor in this was Anna Khachiyan playing Ghislaine for 3 seconds. god i'm angry i wasted an hour and 20 mins on this. even if she wanted to make it camp she only succeeded at creating cringe. ew

  • Blue Velvet

    Blue Velvet

    ★★★★

    rewatched it yesterday for like the fourth time and fell asleep during the last third of the film, not because it's boring but because i was tired. great movie, Lynch is a genius, and there even are black people in this (a rarity for Lynch)

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  • There Will Be Blood

    There Will Be Blood

    ★★★½

    A somewhat metaphorical tale about the God Called Money and how He devoured Christian America and began His reign.
    Daniel Day-Lewis is terrifyingly good in this, Paul Dano's character's meek and distant demeanour also leaves an eerie but pleasant aftertaste. They make a good tandem in this. 
    On the flip side, this is a very American tale, and as a non-American I could give two shits about it. Could've been at least half an hour shorter — the build-up to…

  • Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

    Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

    ★★★

    Yeah, well... I couldn't find time for this movie since what? 2014? Really? That was a long time ago, jeez. I also never read anything about it, only saw snapshots here and there.
    And now I finally did watch it and it turned out to be a movie about Hollywood actors and how they're fading into oblivion. No wonder it won "Best Picture" in 2015 because the jury probably thought it was oh-so-relatable.
    Through all those years I thought this…