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  • Nomadland



    See you down the road.

    The tires that meet the asphalt over and over again never wear out. Such is the resilience of Fern, played masterfully by Frances McDormand, a widow who was forced to live her life on the road due to the recession in Empire, Nevada back in 2011. She’s got nothing but her van, the thing she considers home that somehow feels like a character itself as it accompanies the protagonist from here to there.

    I was…

  • Man with a Movie Camera

    Man with a Movie Camera


    Sinegang Weekly Pick #19

    Rec. by Ivan

    Art has always been a part of humanity, whether in the 1800s or in the Stone Age. It just evolved, changed form into something that we are more familiar and can relate with in the modern times. But it has always existed, whether in theaters and plays, framed in paintings, sculpted into marbled figures, written to life in prose and poetry, all of these passed on from generation to generation as folk songs…

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  • Antiporno



    i don't know what the hell actually happened but i enjoyed this one. my last sion sono film was tag and i watched it in 9th grade (i think) and i freaking forgot about how weird his films get... can't wait to dive deeper in his filmography!

  • Anna and the Apocalypse

    Anna and the Apocalypse


    Tay Tay's fine Chris why would you even say that?

    kinda messy but still liked it. feels like they used a randomizer to come up with this zombie apocalyptic christmas musical. **** deserved better.

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  • Pieces of a Woman

    Pieces of a Woman


    I went in blindly. I did not know a thing or two about the premise of the movie. If you’re reading this and if you haven’t read a thing about it or haven’t watched the trailer, I suggest you keep it that way and stop reading the rest of this review. I just knew that I had to see it as soon as possible for Vanessa Kirby. And she did NOT disappoint.

    Pieces of a Woman is about a young…

  • Enter the Void

    Enter the Void


    Easily Gaspar’s best. This movie takes you on a psychedelic trip of life and death through the eyes of a man who recently died. (not a spoiler, by the way) I’ve noticed, most of his films show us a glimpse of the tragic future and I really love that way of storytelling.

    We get to piece the puzzle of why the present is so dark by retracing the character’s steps in the past. This made me want to revisit Climax,…