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  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    I'm Thinking of Ending Things


    Our realities are programmed to teach us about self-reliance, but the step to that is dependence, and we are held back by the depression of dependence when we realize we’re getting farther from being self-reliant and when we realize our mortality is inevitable and when we realize we are nothing more than what we are left with and have and finally when we realize one of us are to experience life and death first. We are preceded and succeeded. “We…

  • Phantom Thread

    Phantom Thread


    “I'm certain I was never meant to marry. I'm a confirmed bachelor.”

    Paul Thomas Anderson does it again for me, folks. Reynolds Woodcock’s, played by Daniel Day-Lewis, character arc with the help of a bit of a poisonous mushroom, transcends me beyond all words. Such an unlikable character to start, then a passion taken away by a patient chaser’s desires, otherwise known as Miss Alma Elson, played by Vicky Krieps, a former country restaurant waitress, makes all the change of…

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  • Ma


    If not the oddest casting I’ve seen, this will go down as a classic corny movie.

  • Bo Burnham: Inside

    Bo Burnham: Inside


    he gets it *as I derealize*

    Bo Burnham’s metaphysical mental recovery journey is a masterpiece for the 21st century; representative of this time we have now and deeply conscious, Burnham achieves this with his incredibly vast knowledge and talents of filmmaking and absorbing culture and trend.

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  • Sorry to Bother You

    Sorry to Bother You


    A true masterpiece. Holy shit? Holy shit!

    Every filmmaking medium utilized to its most purposeful role. At first, I was upset at the poor lip syncing but then the stop motion Worryfree movie and the equisapiens were off too and I begun to thinking like how intentional it was. The whole film was so fantastically thought provoking. Holy shit I’m sorry WAIT THE FUCK IM NOT, this was so legendary period. Not just every filmmaking medium was used so perfectly…

  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse


    One of the, if not, the best animated films of the 21st Century
    Every moment, every beat worth every second of the experience. Wish I saw this in theatres. I could easily watch this over and over again. Being this my second time, I’m like this is my go-to comfort for sure, not only for its soundtrack, but because it is so fucking fun. I’m so excited to do animation next semester!!!!

    Also Peter PORKER crying at Peni Parker’s SP//dr was 🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺

    Also it was so hard unhearing Nick from New Girl the second time LIKE SO HARD