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  • Johnny Guitar

    Johnny Guitar


    2021’s 21st movie • 76/100

    Curiously, the most incredible thing about this movie is not Joan Crawford’s performance, but the fact that it’s a feminist movie that was released in the 50s, a period of time when feminism was probably not even a social movement.

    Vienna (Joan Crawford) is the definition of a strong woman. She doesn’t need a man, she wears the clothes she wants to wear and she’s a badass who would only fight if it’s extremely necessary.…

  • Fatal Attraction

    Fatal Attraction


    2021’s 20th movie • 67/100

    What the hell?!?! I wasn’t expecting this at all! I know that it’s an erotic psychological thriller movie but I honestly thought this would be 90% erotic and just 10% of psychological thriller. I was completely wrong. Fatal Attraction is like those teen slasher movies from the 90s like Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer, but in this case, there are no teens and not to forget that this one is the pioneer…

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  • It's a Wonderful Life

    It's a Wonderful Life


    2020’s 145th movie • 85/100

    What truly makes this movie very special is the moment the whole world had just witnessed. The world was relieved that the war was over, but people were still hopeless and traumatized. Also, American patriotism became extremely relevant in the US during the war and that continued trough the years. It’s A Wonderful Life was the perfect way to describe a “wonderful life”, a signal of hope for the future.

    The movie not only shows…

  • Magnolia



    2021’s 16th movie • 82/100

    I pretty much think Paul Thomas Anderson was really high when he wrote this movie – like, literally. I can’t get over the fact of how this movie ended, it’s so impressive and unexpected. It’s also very interesting how this movie is 3 hours long but seems like it’s 1 1/2 hours long.

    The way Paul showed the life of a bunch of different people but still managed to not make this movie confusing is iconic.…