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  • The Little Girl Who Sold the Sun

    The Little Girl Who Sold the Sun

    ★★★★★

    approaches neocolonial oppression with decisive universality, in which mambéty's signature anarchy is found to be tempered with unexpected compassion. Sili Laam sings a song that speaks of how allah will reward acts of kindness and charity. literacy did not come to senegal with the colonisers, but was introduced in the ninth century with the arrival of islam along the senegal river. Sili Laam is our leading lady, the most marginal protagonist in the grimmest of social circumstances—her position adhering to…

  • Miss Juneteenth

    Miss Juneteenth

    ★★★★★

    happy juneteenth to all the Black american homies🥰
    this movie is just so mesmerizing and no words of mine could really do it justice, i wish i had the energy and creative prowess to write anything substantial about how this makes me feel—the impeccable, unmatched lighting of darkskin Blacks, the freedom of expression and emotional realism we've been granted under channing's lens, dreamlike images of a life that feels like it's just starting to come into its own and will…

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  • Full Throttle

    Full Throttle

    didn't have enough motorcycles or gay kissing booooring ass movie but i drew this cool tattoo while we was watching and it's pretty cool 🙂

  • Dog Eat Dog

    Dog Eat Dog

    ★★★★

    stasis is the final example of sparse means; the image simply stops when it chooses to, the viewer continuously moves deeper into the image, this is the miracle of "sacred" art. you could argue that an artist must consistently settle upon the methods by which they slice up space to characterize their cinema image—renoir generously composes the frame so that it spills towards the sides, suggesting that a mystical world awaits us beyond the screen, coterminous with the action if…

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  • Bo Burnham: Inside

    Bo Burnham: Inside

    scroll down the top rated reviews for this until your fingers start to bleed and you still won't find a nonwhite person
    (this got reported for reverse racism by multiple fragile white ppl) 💀

  • The Underground Railroad

    The Underground Railroad

    did myself a favor and skipped through most of this banal garbage. images of dark skinned Black people whipped, set on fire, chased, bloodied, defiled and deprived of humanity—brought to you by amazon prime—for the sole purpose of beautifying and trivializing Black history and the suffering of Black people for a disingenuous, entitled audience of predatory revisionist (white) liberals. THEM and when they see us (in which the brutality inflicted upon the Central Park 5 is discriminately dramatized for the…