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  • Bad Day at Black Rock

    Bad Day at Black Rock


    After being slightly disappointed by John Sturges' Gunfight at the O.K. Corral and The Great Escape, I went into 1955's Bad Day at Black Rock with simulatenous hesitation and excitement. Well...it luckily delivered and delivered amazingly well! A minimalistic western mystery set in one town. Intense with pressure building every second. A masterpiece that I believe deserves a higher average rating than it's current one, along with some more views.

    From the three films from John Sturges that I've seen,…

  • Revenge



    As I'm half-Kazakh, I've found it interesting that for the entirety of my life I have never watched a Kazakh film. Not very shocking though since Kazakhstan isn't the most popular country when it comes to the cinematic world. For my introduction to Kazakh cinema, I chose 1989's Revenge which is part of Martin Scorsese's World Cinema Project. A slow-burn and philosophical film. A great first encounter with Kazakhstan's take on the artform and hopefully my journey will only get…

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  • Godzilla vs. Kong

    Godzilla vs. Kong


    The latest mindless blockbuster comes with Godzilla vs. Kong; the film many have been anticipating but not for its story and instead for the badassery of a huge CGI battle between two of the most iconic monsters in the world which are stated in the title.

    As time has gone on, cinemas have been slowly reintrigarating into society and that's a truly great fact. I got to see Godzilla vs Kong in theatres and that honestly feels like the only…

  • Wuthering Heights

    Wuthering Heights


    Set to leave Netflix; I caught 2011's Wuthering Heights before its departure from the streaming site. Based on the novel by Emily Brontë, Andrea Arnold's adaptation is one of numerous others and while I may have not read the original book just yet, I did find this film to be a good one. It's raw and I love how brutal it felt; not in its story but more so for its grittiness and realism. Moreover, the cinematography took me positively…