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  • Cowboy Bebop

    Cowboy Bebop


    3,2,1 LET’S JAM 

    Cowboy Bebop blends the western, sci-fi, noir genres together to make a completely one of a kind masterpiece in anime.

    First off, the animation and drawing style tops most of the anime today. The subtle highlights and shadows create drawn depth that I don’t think is shown as well in other anime. It’s my favorite style of animation, which probably effects this bias, but it’s amazing nonetheless. 

    *Trumpet Screech* My god, I would never begin to think…

  • Angel's Egg

    Angel's Egg



Recent reviews

  • Vinland Saga

    Vinland Saga


    Anime Series Ranked 

    A true warrior doesn’t need a sword.” 

    Vinland Saga - Season 1 is a true force to be reckoned with compared to the other anime in its path. 

    This anime is truly special for making me emotional at the beginning and the end. And both times were for drastically different characters with Thorfinn stuck in the middle mourning for these two father figures. Thors and Askeladd are opposing figures in characterization, size and morality that morph Thorfinn…

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


    2021 Films Ranked 

    Edgar Wright must have picked Aronofsky’s brain for these Perfect Blue vibes

Popular reviews

  • Parasite



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    2019 Films Ranked 
    High 5's

    This was everything I wanted it to be. 

    I laughed: The bloody napkin scene. Thinking she was going to grab a knife from the kitchen but uses peaches instead lol 

    I almost cried: The dad looking at each corner of his home trying to remember every corner as it’s flooding. The ending! 

    I was thrilled: Bong Joon-ho never fails at creating tension, buildup and release. 

    Best of the year, and so metaphorical.

  • One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Film Club 🎥 Film #2

    In One flew over the cuckoos nest we’re introduced into the world of the ward as music is played, a signal for the patient’s medication time. This classically conditions the patients, similar to the Pavlov’s Dog experiment in which a repeated number of paired stimuli (the music) leads to a response (taking meds). Overtly, the theme of societal order and normalcy within the ward is established.
    Then we’re introduced to Nicholson’s character, Randle: the epitome…