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Favorite films

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey
  • Last Year at Marienbad
  • Cold War
  • The Social Network

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  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    ★★★

  • Lost Highway

    ★★★★

  • Notorious

    ★★★★

  • Parasite

    ★★★★½

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  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    6.5 out of 10 animated pigs 

    This movie is a fondant cake, a seemingly artistic creation with layers of nothingness. Sure, it looks interesting on the outside, displayed and decorated for commercial photos, but once you get a bite out of it, it tastes like plastic. It’s convoluted and messy, just there for the sake of being there. 

    I felt like they were traveling out of state and not to his parents house. Sorry Kaufman, but so far, you aren't my surrealist director.

  • Lost Highway

    Lost Highway

    8.5 out of 10 mystery men

    “Dick Laurent is dead.”

    It all starts with a tape. A simple object mailed to a home. In which two people live in. Now there’s murder and a pale faced man. Lynch villains are the best, aren’t they? 

    Is this the amateur brand of Lynchian? Refined in style and imagery later on, no doubt, buts it’s about the aura of mystery. It’s not so much of the whodunit but the howdunit, whydunit, ifdunit. It’s…

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  • Little Women

    Little Women

    9.5 out of 10 Florence Pughs

    If I could describe this in one word, it would be: cozy. My heart is tightening right now and I can’t help but smile. This is exactly how sisters act. I love how the story is for the family but it never gets cheesy or immature. 

    Sisterhood <3

  • Dunkirk

    Dunkirk

    8.7 out of 10 IMAX 65mm cameras 

    Dunkirk is not a sentimental piece that evokes the horrors of war. Instead, the characters are nothing but stand ins for a huge scope of technical achievements. And honestly, that’s fine. 

    The passage of time is unique in its arrangement yet simple enough to follow, so I find time to be an important contribution to a story that defies the war genre. This is actually my favorite use of the element from Nolan.…