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  • Bo Burnham: Inside

    Bo Burnham: Inside



    Remarkably relatable. Raw vulnerability cleverly translated into dark humor. Observations about our digitalized society are consistently on point.

    Considering it was all made in a single room by only one person, Inside is incredibly visually and musically stylish.

  • Paranoia Agent

    Paranoia Agent



    Paranoia Agent is in my opinion Satoshi Kon’s finest masterpiece. This series is my favorite anime commentary on both the nature of society and the desire for escapism for individuals within a society. Feels increasingly relevant every year. 

    Shonen Bat and Maromi are god tier.

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  • Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu

    Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu



    Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinju is a lesser-known anime masterpiece which tells the tale of Sukeroku and Kikuhiko, two Rakugo artists (traditional Japanese oral storytellers) who are completely different in their approaches to art and in their personality. Sukeroku is buoyant and charismatic, and performs Rakugo to connect with and please his audience. Kikuhiko is introspective and introverted, and practices the art of Rakugo to connect with and actualize himself. Between them is the complex, depressed, and alluring Miyokichi—a former…

  • Guardians of the Galaxy

    Guardians of the Galaxy



    Easily my favorite installment in the MCU, Guardians of the Galaxy is the most unique and fresh Marvel film that I believe set a new standard for future Marvel movies. James Gunn’s brilliant color schemes, amazing blend of makeup and CGI, and the quirky, wonderful humor all influenced future MCU installments—opening up the path for future delights like Thor Ragnarok. Most importantly, Peter’s “Awesome Mix” ingeniously blurs the line between a diegetic and nondiegetic soundtrack and perfectly chosen classic pop…