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  • Knock at the Cabin

    Knock at the Cabin


    I can't believe M. Night Shyamalan made a film that I never facepalmed or cringed in any scene while watching. The character conflicts, the story, atmosphere and the ending (much better) pretty much like Signs. But Shyamalan uses the pacing and duration efficiently. The camerawork, performances and technical achievement is great to create a tense atmosphere. Considering The Last Trashbender, The Happening, and Old, Knock at the Cabin is flawless in terms of dialogue writing and plot holes. A solid cabin thriller and book adaptation. Best Shyamalan film since 'Signs' and that's a pretty good surprise!

  • Babylon



    If I had to describe Babylon in one word: BIG. The story is big, acting is big, production is big, duration is big, so it feels like a theater movie like a real film. A film that more deserves to be experienced in theaters than Avatar The Way of Water. Chazelle is structurally inspired by Singin in the Rain in making La La Land, this time he is inspired in terms of content, which is great. Chazelle portrayals of 1920s…

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  • Sixteen Candles

    Sixteen Candles


    I watched this because Abed's only film referance choice was this in Community's 1x21 ('American Poultry'). Abed and Jeff's sitting on a table scene is better tho. I love John Hughes but this is way too problematic, sexist and racist jokes? I disturbed some of the scenes, also I bored sometimes. I didn't understand why Abed chose this.

  • David Byrne's American Utopia

    David Byrne's American Utopia


    ''Utopia starts with (yo)U. Wherever you are in the world, please register to vote.''

    I love Talking Heads and listen time to time but I didn't know deeply David Byrne. Truly brilliant! David Byrne is a living legend such as McCartney, Gilmour and Waters. His talent not just depends his music. As an artist, performer and individual, he's one of a kind. Also, this is a Spike Lee joint!

    At first I didn't understand why Spike Lee directed something like…

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  • Burning Days

    Burning Days


    Emin Alper, Kurak Günler ile son 20 yılın bir özetini çizmiş. Mücadele edemediğimiz, çaresizce seyircisi olduğumuz ve değiştiremediğimiz kötülüklere duyulan bir öfkeyi ve harekete geçmeyi anlatıyor. Bunu da incelikli bir metin içinde lafını esirgemeden, net ve cesur bir şekilde yapıyor. Emin Alper, Abluka'da politik sinemasının ilk adımlarını atsa da burada çok daha güçlü bir metin, mühür oyunculuk performansları, dinamik bir kurgu, tedirgin edici müzikler, şahane bir sinematografi ve olgun bir yönetmenlik var.

    İlk kareden son kareye kadar gergin, çok tanıdık…

  • The Menu

    The Menu


    The Menu is delicious. Great writing, well done directing. A sick, wild, gripping and super funny thriller. The social message is clear, funny and doesn't invade the film, I had so much fun. The editing, cinematography, and music were also top-notch, rhythmically following with the script.

    With this, you'll be convinced (if you're still not convinced) Anya Taylor-Joy is the new scream queen. Ralph Fiennes is killing it like if he had the chance to show his all tricks for…