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  • Minari



    Lee Isaac Chung's Minari is an indescribably special film. That is something that's evident right from its opening moments, but I really don't think I can express how this is unlike any film you will see all year. Stunning in its exploration of the life of a Korean family who have recently moved to the Midwest, Minari delivers an exhibition of sprawling emotion conveyed through Chung's gorgeous storytelling. Chung is able to interweave multiple tender, personal stories within a grander…

  • Nomadland



    β€œSee you down the road.”

    Chloe Zhao’s magnificent Nomadland is a sweeping, intimate look at life from a perspective often underrepresented in film, especially from a pensive method of storytelling such as this. Zhao crafts a tale of many themes, all deeply resonant and swift in their emotional delivery, but at its core, this is a film about redefining ourselves after loss, and making peace with our grief in ways unique to us. It’s a soulful, heartfelt examination of the…

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  • The Cabin in the Woods

    The Cabin in the Woods


    we need to give ending credits needle drops more respect because this has one of the best ones. then again, any film with a NIN needle drop is bound to win me over regardless of where it is in the film tbh

  • Scream 4

    Scream 4


    finally got around to watching this after years of it being a massive blindspot in my watchlist and i have to say, i’m very impressed. admittedly not a huge fan of the third film but with that aside, something that i’ve always admired about this franchise is the way it’s evolved over the decades in order to adapt to different expectations across both old and new generations of viewers and Scream 4Β fits into the 2010s mould very well, offering a…

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  • Mulan



    The director of this (who is a white woman) said back in February in this interview that "Although it's a critically important Chinese story and it's set in Chinese culture and history, there is another culture at play here, which is the culture of Disney".

    that should tell you pretty much all you need to know. Disney, how fucking hard is it to just hire directors of color?

  • Spree



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

    Joe Keery murdering a guy by running him over with a car while the Gummy Bear song plays is POETIC CINEMA!