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    ★★★½

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    ★★★½

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  • Winter Light

    ★★★

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  • The Wagoner

    The Wagoner

    ★★★

    A simple movie worth its short time as a look at the country, in the 60s (a transitional period?).


    Score: 7/10
    Enjoyment: 3/5

  • Winter Light

    Winter Light

    ★★★

    NOT A REVIEW (aka ramblings)

    To watch a pastor deprived of his blind faith (probably long before the beginning of the film) but still blinded by his egocentricity be confronted with the reality of life was somewhat fun (especially while he was comforting a man into suicide) and failing to go from love of an entity (and a woman) to the love of others.

    To have the obsessed school teacher be such a big part of the film became rapidly…

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  • Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time

    Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time

    ★★★★★

    (NOT) A REVIEW, NOT A FILM.

    Well, this was great despite how the film is hardly built like one (the first and third ones are the only good ones on that basis), and is more of a series of "moments".


    Score: 9/10 (nearer to 9/10 on itself)
    Enjoyment: +∞ /5
    Everything Evangelion in a single work (just like the series).



    Notes:
    - great (maybe even better),
    - ugly CGI although the ugliest moment, 13vs01 with a horrible toys city, felt…

  • Tenet

    Tenet

    ★★½

    Don't try to understand it. Feel it.

    Nothing more than a Brosnan Bond with M:I level action relying on a nice little idea. But this scifi concept is only an excuse to serve "great" action scenes revolving around it when, as and how it suits the director...
    Unlike some rumours have it, there is no difficulty to understand what is a basic action film. It prevents any real suspense, especially when most suspense elements are highlighted. You can even understand…