Deryk Rumbold

Deryk Rumbold

Product of the "VeggieTales to Andrei Tarkovsky Pipeline"

Favorite films

  • Stations of the Cross
  • Time
  • At Berkeley
  • Super Mario Movie

Recent activity

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  • The Great Escape

    ★★★

  • Resident Evil

    ★★★½

  • All That Heaven Allows

    ★★★★★

  • Le Trou

    ★★★

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  • The Great Escape

    The Great Escape

    ★★★

    It is a war adjacent movie with a light hearted playful feel to it that can only exist in movies that are far removed from reality and suffering. Not a bad thing at all, an escapist kind of approach to an escape movie. Very long though, was anticipating the motorcycle stuff for a while since that is the only things I knew about it going in. Unique approach to the specific genre.

  • All That Heaven Allows

    All That Heaven Allows

    ★★★★★

    I remember laying on my grandparents shaggy carpet on a Saturday afternoon as the sun beamed in through the window. My grandma would throw on some old storybook records that came from decades before to entertain me. I was caught in a momentary time capsule where even in the 2000s I found myself drifting off in imagination and letting the 1950s influenced interior design choices, vinyl cracks and pops take me away in a comforting embrace. I always associate those…

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  • Joshua and the Promised Land

    Joshua and the Promised Land

    My relationship with God has recently been shallow. I feel distant and my parents are always arguing and on the verge of divorce. I have tried a lot of biblical counseling and other Christian books,but nothing seemed to work. But after I watched this deeply spiritual experience, things changed. I have found the courage to bring back my parents together and fight the literal demons that appear in my room. That's why I have come to you today asking to…

  • The Future

    The Future

    ★★★★

    The way people throw the word "Quirky" around to review this in a negative manner is so toxic. It's an unfair qualifier because the first half of this is reminiscent of some indie film personality but the second half of this rebukes all bright parts that were shown with a critical existential bent. There is nothing about this that is a fun offbeat experience like many are describing it. It is meant to be an uncomfortable experience. It feels more…