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  • Saw



    "My name is very fucking confused!"

    As I Try to Grasp the Flashback Structure: Me too, Adam.

  • Hereditary



    "All I get back is that fucking face on your face!"- Annie

    Many praised Lady Bird for the realistic portrayal of a mother-daughter relationship; which is totally deserved. I praise Hereditary for similar reasons. Ari Aster captures one of the most realistic portrayals of a mother-son relationship in recent cinema history. In my experience, getting into a fight with your mother is like nothing else. It always feels like something that shouldn't happen and you are never prepared. The emotions…

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  • Don't Worry, Darling

    Don't Worry, Darling

    I don't know how much I can say about this script because it's probably going to a little bit before the film is released and very little about the plot is known. What I can say is it's a mixed bag. It has tones of Get Out but with none of the fully realized cleverness. There are some fun ideas here however it left me cold. Hopefully, the rewrites reportedly being done by Katie Silberman make Don't Worry Darling into a much better film suited to Olivia Wilde's talents as a filmmaker.

  • Nosferatu


    *Did not watch the actual movie but read the script*

    With some tightening of certain story beats and beefing up in the side-character department, Robert Eggers potentially has some truly next-level horror filmmaking at his fingertips. Nosferatu is a wild ride from beginning to end. Eggers impressively covers a lot of ground in terms of scope for a horror film. The first 2/3rds come across like adventurous horror story instead of the isolated terror I'd expect from Eggers. The only…