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  • Uncut Gems
  • Sexy Beast
  • The American Friend
  • The Passion of the Christ

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  • Life Itself

    ★★★★

  • American Hustle

    ★★★★

  • Kwaidan

    ★★★★½

  • Heat

    ★★★★★

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  • Nobody

    Nobody

    ★★★½

    Nobody- R, 2021
    ▶️ Hard-boiled and bone-crunching, Nobody is one hell of a night out at the movies. As Mark Strong’s Captain Smith from 1917 says “Some men just want the fight” and Hutch Mansell (Bob Odenkirk in a beautiful career shift) is a man who is looking for a fight. He’s a middle-aged dad who has obfuscated a checkered past with a domestic present. Hutch hasn’t been himself in a while (a cold-hearted and virile assassin for the US…

  • Tenet

    Tenet

    ★★★★

    Tenet- PG-13, 2020
    ▶️ A Ruthless, Calculating and impossibly Opulent globe-trotting espionage piece with a crafty sci-fi element, Christopher Nolan’s latest $200 million dollar epic should just be titled Nolan Uncut. On the page, If ever there was a movie made for me, if ever there was a film that feeds so pointedly off of my primal filmic loves as a cinephile (love for grand filmmaking and the spy genre), it would have to be Tenet. As I sat in…

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  • Black Widow

    Black Widow

    ★★½

    Black Widow- 2021, PG-13
    ▶️ Marvel’s riff on the spy genre via The Bourne and Mission Impossible Franchises has all of the bark and none of the bite that those movies have to offer. Taking place In between Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War, we get to see an avenger-less Natasha Romanoff take on her seedy past with the strange acquaintances that she calls family. An international conspiracy looms over them and Florence Pugh as Yelena (the person…

  • Mank

    Mank

    ★★★★

    Watched on Netflix

    ▶️ Posterity has been on my mind in 2020. More specifically, the idea that what we do now matters for us and the future generations that come after us. In a time where art and the American way of life are threatened by a Marxist groundswell in the culture, posterity matters more than ever. David Fincher’s Mank is all about posterity. With his least commercial film, Fincher has crafted an odd but impressive tale of the work…