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Every holiday season brings a new batch of delightful Christmas movies to watch with the family. The Christmas film genre delivers holiday cheer to big and small screens alike without fail every year. Whether these twinkling movies are delivered via a theatrical release, streaming service premiere, or air on television, nearly all of them have one thing in common: straight people. Clea DuVall is here to shake the heterosexual table with her sophomore feature film Happiest…
after a long hiatus, the our favorite films podcast is back! in this episode i am joined by the wonderful Emanuel to discuss the matrix. i had such a wonderful time chatting with them!
you can listen to the episode on spotify here: open.spotify.com/episode/31GlxZQvMTaI5qiCQvOM0v?si=AkkWwwbOR2qnBrx-yH-1yA "> open.spotify.com/episode/31GlxZQvMTaI5qiCQvOM0v?si=AkkWwwbOR2qnBrx-yH-1yA
or wherever you listen to your podcasts:)
“you don’t want to kill anybody here. you have enough ghosts to carry around.”
a devastating and rich movie i’m sure i’ll return to many times, both for its central romance and the technical and narrative choices that i found both bewildering and fascinating.
this is a film about a lot of things, and i don’t have the energy or brain power to dissect all of it (was moved by the emphasis of how easily pro-war related propaganda can ruin…
i felt my soul leave my body at least 17 times during this movie, including when i saw an anti governor inslee (gov. of washington, the state i live in) flag in the background of the anti mask protest/rally/whatever. i may be jumping the gun a bit, but i think maria bakalova gives one of my favorite performances of 2020 here. top three territory for sure.