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  • Paddleton



    “I’m the other guy!”

    Paddleton highlights the simplicity of life and focuses on the highest possible value above all: human connection. The scenes may not be the most realistic in terms of everyday life events, but geez, the dialogue is the most brilliant.

    Unlike characters in films that you have to hold on to a little longer to tell their bond, the charisma portrayed in the relationship between Mark Duplass and Ray Romano feels so authentic right off the bat. Improvised…

  • I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore

    I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore


    One could only wonder if someone could be ever so naive and still be after experiencing that so much shit in life?

    Please sign me up for a petition on a sequel for Chrissy’s back story.

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  • Shiva Baby

    Shiva Baby


    This one’s so tightly packed, it’s full of heat, an absolute fun to watch, accurate, and sometimes too painful to witness. With just the perfect tones and dynamics revolving around and depicting the morbid Jewish family gathering crowd, this truly is the epitome of a chaotic goodness. 

    Haven’t watched something so intensely composed in a while. I even feel like this should be a genre alone.

  • Columbus


    "To talk about attention is its own kind of distraction. Kids pay interest to things that interest them. The real question is, what interests them? Or us? Are we losing interest in things that matter?"

    The film had me at this, straight at the 15-minute running time. Little did I realize that during times like the pandemic, an anti-melodrama is exactly what I need. Aside from how it resembles the monotonous and mundane life we conquer each day with all…