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  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    I'm Thinking of Ending Things


    I'm Thinking of Starting Things.

    She sits on the other side of the bar. She is a challenge. She laughs with her girlfriend, and there is not a man in sight between then to provide competition. She does not waste time pretending to know your words, inquisitive as to vocabulary you spit as you scribble a number on a napkin; she is a poet, a painter, a physicist; she worships Pauline Kael and derides the maximalism of performance, A Woman…

  • Upstream Color

    Upstream Color


    I am noticing this film stops working once you can no longer trust Carruth, as character, or as a guiding hand. It's a gentle balance, for a film hanging on it being narratively impenetrable, a so called puzzle movie where the puzzle pieces don't actually explain the scenes we see, it needs to work emotionally for us to understand the connection.

    If we can't trust Carruth, and his intentions, the film becomes undefinable b-roll, or worse, a straightforward narrative of…

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  • Kajillionaire



    The fear of intimacy at the massage scene I felt that

  • The Trial of the Chicago 7

    The Trial of the Chicago 7


    Anarcho-communist means saying "the capitalist government system is okay, actually

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  • She Dies Tomorrow

    She Dies Tomorrow


    fuck "narrative". I want formless anxiety, nihilism, and a craving of death bathed in neon lights and a healthy sense of dread

    also wouldn't complain about a tour of Amy Seimetz's house, Kate Lyn Sheil just doing wherever the hell she does, Chris Messina just... there? some quality reasons to go to therapy for a long long time, experimental filmmaker James Benning planning on making the girls of mumblecore into leather jackets, some hell dimension Mozart, that picture of Amy Seimetz directing this in a Rihanna shirt, and a bloody Jane Adams on a pool float

    but seriously, fuck narrative. I want my brain FRIEEEEED BABYYYYY

  • Little Women

    Little Women


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

    Listen, I'm as surprised as you are to be here with this rating. There is still more progress to be made, but this may be the most faithful to what Louisa May Alcott wanted, especially Jo March. I mean, that's why we're here, isn't it? I had fallen in love with the book as a child. Jo March was young me: headstrong, stubborn, chasing after dreams, and never, EVER wanting to fall in love with a man. And she never…