Corwyn @ Sundance

Corwyn @ Sundance


Favorite films

  • Licorice Pizza
  • There Will Be Blood
  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire
  • Hot Fuzz

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  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza


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

    I'm not going to forget you. Just like you're not going to forget me.

    One of the most striking things about Licorice Pizza to me are the subtle and unexpected parallels with Paul Thomas Anderson's previous outing, Phantom Thread. At a glance, the two couldn't seem more different; while Phantom Thread is certainly underrated for its humor, this is unquestionably a much lighter and more carefree film, which can make its explorations of thornier subjects that much more disarming.


  • Titane



    Two trucks having sex, two trucks having sex
    My muscles, my muscles involuntarily flex

    Vehicular fucking.

    Titane is a film which comes out of the gate swinging with a barbed-wire baseball bat, taking the New French Extremity influences of Julia Ducournau's previous masterwork Raw, and cranking the intensity up to eleven. Subversion is the name of the game here, and perhaps the boldest stroke is its subversion of just what constitutes subversive in the first place.

    Following a car accident…

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