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A Brighter Summer Day 1991
Insanely incredible, beyond realistic, and so so beautiful. A Brighter Summer Day is one of the most real, emotional, and beautiful films I have ever seen. The characters have so much depth and realness to them to the point where you immensely feel for them at parts. It may have been nearly four hours long but it was probably the most engaging film I've ever seen, it just sucks you in.
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 2003
An absolutely perfect movie. A film that grabs you and never lets go, you're not ready for any of it and it hits too hard. The characters are perfect, it's a perfect conclusion to the whole story, and it's a perfect conclusion for Sam and Frodo. Aragon blew me away and with each scene in this movie I kept liking him, just like all the rest, even more.
Incredible film, really intensely emotional throughout especially near the end where it had an eeriness to it since you know what's about to happen. The performances were all amazing and the writing for it all was just done so well, it never felt like a drag the pacing was done really well. The ending itself was just so brutally saddening too. It was also a really nice looking film, the B&W really worked with it and added to the general…
Andrei Tarkovsky is a genius. I'm honestly quite speechless right now i don't really know what to say about this but i just really really felt it emotionally that ending especially. I felt on the verge of tears at a couple points and it really hit me during the final 20 minutes. The shots and cinematography are all incredibly beautiful and there isn't that much bad about this film that I can think of, at all.
American Psycho 2000
An incredible film. Social commentary on point and the character of Bateman is so intricately well crafted. Also it was still funny at parts horrifying at others, incredible black comedy in my opinion. Even on a third watch it still hasn't lost its charm.