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  • Garfield: His 9 Lives

    Garfield: His 9 Lives


    Before I get into tinfoil hat theory on how Garfield becomes the creator of the universe, I want to talk about his 6th life first.

    Diana's Piano (or Garfield's 6th life) was unexpected. Who knew in between the goofy settings for all nine cat lives we'd find a simple heartfelt story that's nothing like Garfield at all. Not even fully animated, just still images of pure emotion. Easily my favorite life from the special.

    It's a shame that they didn't…

  • The Queen's Gambit

    The Queen's Gambit


    Being a competitive Smash Bros. player, I unsurprisingly related a lot with Elizabeth Harmon's obsession with winning and the problems that come along with it.

    The Queen's Gambit has this vintage tint that completes the whole look for the period piece. The red-headed heroine glows radiantly in the bleak world she grew up in. Like Harmon herself, the show is elegantly beautiful with its attention to detail. During her fight with the child prodigy Girev, the vertical mockup chessboard displays…

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  • The Room

    The Room


    Anyone who rates this lower than 5 is a chicken. CHEEP CHEEP CHEEP CHEEP CHEEP!

  • Inherent Vice

    Inherent Vice


    It's hard to have complete thoughts on a film that I constantly spaced out of. I found it kind of boring, probably due to how long it was. It reminded me of Rian Johnson's Brick but instead of a drug-ridden high-school, it's a drug-ridden California in the 70's. Both just run around and ask questions. I get a smirk here and there but I don't find it as funny as others would. Guess it's not my thing.

    (Watched with Kali and Red)

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  • His Motorbike, Her Island

    His Motorbike, Her Island


    There's something cathartic and comforting about this film and how full with spirit it is. We all have memories worth remembering that we see in our own special ways. Sometimes we remember the mundane as something exciting and larger than it would appear. Sometimes we remember things we don't want to remember. The happiness, the sadness, the anger, the love. The love that we are all yearning for. The love we're all trying to chase. We just have to find…

  • First Reformed

    First Reformed


    Wow does this look good. Ethan Hawke is incredible here. I was completely hooked. Movies about faith and spirituality will always be interesting me, especially when it takes it as thoughtfully as this movie. I definitely need to rewatch this in the future (and I probably won't).

    (Watched with Mark)