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  • Nomadland



    I want to believe that there's good in people. I want to believe that what we leave behind won't be forgotten. I want to believe that we won't be forgotten. I want to remember those who matter to me until I leave this world.

    Seeing kindness, care and love without wanting anything in return is something that needs reminding of daily. Oftentimes I see insults and even threats on the internet between strangers as well as between people who know…

  • I Care a Lot

    I Care a Lot


    eh, wasn't a fan to be honest. Pike is okay, Dinklage is pretty good, I liked most of the music but the rest felt forgettable. Wish we got to see more into Marla's backstory and at the same time not spell out the themes to the audience as much. There was also at least one character choice that really took me out of the experience.

    But hey, people seem to enjoy it for the most part so that's cool I guess.

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  • Mirror



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

    Just shoot me in the fucking head next time. Please, tell me this is all just some inside joke where people just pretend to like this.

    Edit: Sleeping off to see if my opinion on the whole thing to change. I'm sorry, but I was struggling to find anything redeeming about this. From my experience, there were a few films which I simply didn't get on my first viewing. The Tree of Life being my first Malick film, Eraserhead being…

  • Parasite



    Oh boy this was something else. So glad I was able to catch this on a big screen. Masterful all around. Parasite is both hilarious and messed up. Has multiple unexpected turns which I wish I predicted so I could act smart. The more I think about it, the more I seem to like it. I'm honestly just speechless. It's perfectly paced, wonderfully acted, fantastically written and gorgeously shot. It never loses its grip and manages to achieve everything it sets out to achieve and then some.

    No surprise why this is #1 on Letterboxd right now. Sorry, The Boomerfather, the future is now, old man.