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  • Blade Runner

    Blade Runner


    In a near future that seems lost in its progression of technology and horrifying social regression a single Blade Runner is ordered to hunt down a group of rogue synthetic androids as they search for a way to extent their lives beyond the four years that they were promised. 

    Blade Runner is a deeply philosophical noir science fiction that delves in the question of what a life is truly worth in the context of a ruined world where everything is…

  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive


    Watching Mulholland Drive feels almost evolutionary, constantly changing with every viewing as new details and nuances come to light. It never once feels old due to its brilliant editing that seamlessly weaves multiple side stories and ideas together in some of the best two hours of cinema ever put to screen.

    It never relies on cheap visuals or over explanatory exposition, but rather on its audience's merit and intellect.

    I constantly grow fonder of this film every time that I…

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  • 2 or 3 Things I Know About Her

    2 or 3 Things I Know About Her


    Regarding Jean-Luc Godard’s films it has been more or less fifty-fifty wether they have worked for me or not. I found both Contempt and Vivre Sa Vie to be great films, but this film along with Breathless didn’t engage me as one might have hoped. 

    Comparing 2 or 3 Things I Know About Her to Vivre Sa Vie, the two films seem somewhat similar in regards to their overall structures. Both use fragmented storytelling, disjointed dialogue and quick editing; telling…

  • Martyrs



    Martyrs is a horrendously harrowing and plain disgusting film. I went in only knowing that it would be a tough film to watch which it truly was, but I hadn't expected it to have such a captivating story.

    The acting and practical effects made the film work incredibly, but it was the unpredictability that made it utterly engaging as I was never sure where the film would take me next.

    I would like to watch the film again, but at the same time I find it hard to summon the strength to even think about watching it one more time. I guess only time will tell.

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  • Unorthodox



    Overall a good story worth exploring. The show itself was of a good quality, but it felt somehow stretched thin. I do think it might have worked better as a film or a proper, longer series.

  • The Lighthouse

    The Lighthouse



    The Lighthouse is already a timeless piece of cinema mixing both mythical, classic and contemporary art in one of the most intense films that I have ever seen. It is based in legend having the two main characters based in Proteus (Willem Dafoe) and Prometheus (Robert Pattinson) from Greek mythology. The style seems mostly classic in its look with the 4:3 aspect ratio, the black and white cinematography and the almost theatrical composition of shots and delivery of lines.…