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  • Beavis and Butt-Head Do America

    ★★★

  • Judgment Night

    ★★★

  • When the Wind Blows

    ★★★★

  • Australia

    ★★

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  • After Hours

    After Hours

    ★★★★★

    “Does that cashier seem weird to you?”

    Absolutely a comedy but still so eriee, so moody. Surrealist nightmare void running on utterly no sleep and scummy New York ambience, it’s just one crazy night. Dick Miller casually drops the title, Scorsese literally shines a light in your face and it ends on a Looney Tunes gag. Tonight, Paul Hackett just can’t hack it.

  • Uncut Gems

    Uncut Gems

    ★★★★★

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

    “Daddy’s got things to do.”

    Believe me when I tell you that I genuinely feel this movie’s electricity in my bones; I feel its operatic intensity screwing with my guts. It’s modern indie alchemy used by the Safdie’s to conjure a kaleidoscopic neon nightmare of urban wastelands; where a thousand voices shout and drown in a techno whirlpool. It’s a cinematic transfusion of unrelenting stress; whether in its purposefully overbearing mini climaxes of conflict or it’s frequent quiet moments. Take…

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  • Elvis

    Elvis

    ★★

    A Baz Luhrman film sure but unfortunately more of a biopic with the same fucking monotonous structure as the rest of these, no insight, no interest, just the play by play from first success to last breath while squeezing their subject into a flawless hero. I don’t like Moulin Rouge or Romeo + Juliet but they’re at least committed to style, this has moments but it’s weightless, and can’t build a momentum to make the 2hr40min runtime not feel like…

  • Eraserhead

    Eraserhead

    ★★★★★

    One of Lynch’s prettiest (the black and white! Oh my goooood) and also his funniest (outside of maybe a few Adam Kesher or Dougie Jones shenanigans). Lynch’s open personal anxieties about parenting, settling down and and in general bringing life into this world is presented as a dual cocktail of both uneasy horror and situational comedy from the books of Harold Lloyd and Charlie Chaplin and the tone created here becomes the foundation of the artist’s filmic career. Lynch has…

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  • Mank

    Mank

    David Fincher is finally making movies for this current point in time where I’m actually old to enough to see his films and appreciate them in a cinema

    And this film is going to be on NETFLIX.


    But I am ecstatic about this, best news I’ve heard in a while. Someone finally heard my prayers.

  • Tenet

    Tenet

    ★★

    I couldn’t hear, I couldn’t think, and I couldn’t be bothered with this incomprehensible, joyless exposition dump. The plot is non-existent; the characters even less so, the music is just grating noise, the editing is rushed, the sound mixing is shamefully amateur and in the end it’s just a big, babbling blunder that’s obnoxiously hard to follow. This isn’t Nolan’s first bad film but it is definitely the first film of his where I struggled to find any enjoyment.