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  • Men

    ★★

  • Two-Lane Blacktop

    ★★★★★

  • Dirty Harry

    ★★★★

  • The VelociPastor

    ★★★★

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  • Music

    Music

    ½

    I usually don't get personal with my diary entries here, but I feel like I should for this entry. I am on the Autism Spectrum, being diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome. I have a hard time with communication and sometimes I do take a while to think of what to say and do next. And while I have grown and learned to be better at that, I still do have difficulties from time to time. I have better than most on…

  • Paul Blart: Mall Cop

    Paul Blart: Mall Cop

    I could give into the meme and give this movie a glowing, positive, 5/5 review for the movie and joke on how it is secretly an art film, only in the vein hope that this will get all the likes on Letterboxd when really it will be buried in comments where so many sad pathetic people will be doing the same.

    So here is my profound comment instead. Kevin James looks cute in a mustache, and I hate that I had to think that.

    Fuck you Kevin James!

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  • Men

    Men

    ★★

    Alex, what happened?

    Men does seem to have a lot of things going for it. A visually rich horror film from A24, one of the go-to places for solid, modern horror films, directed by acclaimed writer and director Alex Garland, who’s prior two films, Ex Machina and Annihilation, I’ve enjoyed a lot, and starring Jessie Buckley, who has become a rising star in recent years as an actress. Yet sadly all the good will and surface pleasure cannot save Men…

  • Two-Lane Blacktop

    Two-Lane Blacktop

    ★★★★★

    If Easy Rider is the romanticization of life on the road, than Two-Lane Blacktop is the reality of that life on the road. Impendingly bleak and lonely, and much like the road that the characters drive and race on, never ending. There’s no real connection in strangers, and fleeting thrills and vices in finding some silver lining in this supposed freedom. Either from finding no connection to the menial world of stability, or a self-imposed exile of normality. It’s only…

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