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  • Primer


    Then Abe would need to know, how?

    I usually log and review a movie immediately after finishing it, but I had to wait a whole day with this one. I just have so many things going through my head in regards to this movie. To start off, I'll say that this is definitely one of the prettiest and most well-shot independent movies I've seen, which when considering its $7,000 USD budget is just really bizarre, admirable, and peculiar. The cinematography,…

  • Bāhubali 2: The Conclusion

    Bāhubali 2: The Conclusion


    Touching Devasena is equivalent to touching Baahubali's sword.

    I am not being ironic when I say that this will go down as one of my favorite movies ever made. Literally everything in this is perfect, it has reminded me what modern cinema is capable of achieving. This really is THE CONCLUSION.

    This is on Netflix and everyone should watch it. There's literally no excuse not to.

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  • Wild at Heart

    Wild at Heart


    This jacket represents a symbol of my individuality and my belief in personal freedom.

    Nicolas Cage, David Lynch, Laura Dern.

  • Army of One

    Army of One


    Hollywood called, and they want to make a movie about The G, and they said, “Who do you want to play you? Clint Eastwood or Dan Aykroyd?” I thought “I don’t know.” And then they brought up Nic Cage. I said, “Nic Cage did Con Air.” Don’t you think I look a little like Nic Cage in Con Air?

    Nicolas Cage in one of his bravest roles yet. This movie is extremely entertaining, funny, and just straight up bizzare.

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  • Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

    Borat Subsequent Moviefilm


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.


    Killing off Azamat Bagatov, one of cinemas most beloved icons, off-screen was an incredibly bad decision and set the tone for the film to come. While it definitely has some hilarious moments, and the third act is insane, the movie just didn't have the charm, timelessness, and rewatchability of the first one. Many of the jokes present felt a bit forced and/or retreads from the first film. Both Borat and Tutar had great chemistry and were both incredibly well…

  • Soul



    I'm Just Afraid That If I Died Today My Life Would Have Amounted To Nothing.

    This movie is literally perfect, and I cannot believe it exists, let alone is made by fucking Disney Pixar. A very good movie to top off 2020.