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I thought Ex_Machina was great the whole way through. I loved the sort of eerie atmosphere at the start and how that eeriness transcended throughout the story into something more mysterious and frightening. The way the colours contradict each other, a constant theme of blue and red showing how different humans are to machines but also hinting at a good vs evil balance. Leaving us, the audience, to decide who’s evil and who’s good.
That brings me onto my next point…
Great visual storytelling is something i’ve come to expect in Ari Aster’s work. Whether he’s foreshadowing, showing time fading over, a characters emotional state or just the general mise en scene of every shot. It’s all so amazing and inspiring. I can’t help but notice the similarities to some of Kubricks work, the fact he’s only done two films and I already view him in this light shows what a special filmmaker he is.
I personally prefer Midsommar, while I…
This is my favourite Hitchcock film i’ve seen so far. It’s a simple and weirdly relatable (especially at the moment!) concept that’s just executed masterfully. I loved how Hitchcock kept the scenes moving with subtle details, such as seeing someone going about their day in a window behind characters talking.
Hitchcock created a community in which everyone had their roles. It’s just such a great film, I’m not sure how to describe it but this film felt like everything, to every small detail hit bullseye.
This film is absolutely astonishing. I don’t think love has been portrayed in a film as well as Portrait of a Lady on Fire did. It sums up perfectly what it means to love someone, starting out with awkward looks and then slowly merging together over time to the point where you know how one another thinks and acts.
This film has so much meaning that I can’t wait to explore, this is my first time watching it so I…