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  • Soul



    As per usual, Pixar Studios and director Pete Docter don't disappoint in the slightest as Soul is pretty much another top-tier, original Pixar flick & undoubtedly a masterful animated feature all around.

    It's not a downright masterpiece by any means on the likes of Toy Story, The Incredibles, etc. (though it's certainly close), however, I can surely say Soul is absolutely compelling in many regards, and the film's delightful storyline hits just about all the right notes without question.

    The animation…

  • Onward



    While Onward is undoubtedly on the lower side of films to come out from Pixar Studios, I was still pleasantly surprised in how well executed this whole film is in many fundamental aspects that Pixar put to considerable use once more in their first original motion picture in three years.

    The specific story itself involves two elf brothers from this more magical-like turned modern world, voiced by none other than Tom Holland and Chris Pratt, as they both set out…

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  • When Harry Met Sally...

    When Harry Met Sally...


    Gets a bit too ho-hum for my liking after a while as the film does eventually fall into usual rom-com clichés, however, When Harry Met Sally... is no doubt mostly delightful more often than not as it certainly is rather sweet, & occasionally amusing at times thanks to the two lead's relatively genuine chemistry, & on-screen relationship as well as some sharp dialogue moments. Nothing more than that though, that's for sure.

  • Amadeus



    Amadeus does ultimately drag a bit here and there especially with its considerably drawn-out 3-hour runtime at hand, but the film as a whole still makes for a relatively solid & reasonably engaging time for the most part as it suitably explores the fictitious life of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, & his secretive rival told in extensive flashbacks throughout the course of the film.

    F. Murray Abraham, & Tom Hulce were of course incredibly exceptional for the pair of main roles of the film…

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  • Do the Right Thing

    Do the Right Thing


    Undeniably up there as one of the most significant & impactful films ever made, Do the Right Thing remains to be as unfortunately relevant as ever three decades on, with this still packing quite a bit of a punch even today.

    The film itself handles many provocative themes that are nonetheless discussed about to this day, which is no doubt insane to think about, and Do the Right Thing indeed manages to tackle a great deal of them with truly successful…

  • Come and See

    Come and See


    Easily living up to its notorious reputation as one of the most ruthless & nightmarish anti-war films ever made, Come and See absolutely doesn't hold back at all on the bleakness of war in the slightest as it focuses on, & ultimately ravages an innocent kid's life after naively joining a partisan amidst WWII.

    The film's incredibly haunting imagery, surrealistic elements, bold intensity, and more throughout unquestionably make Come and See a truly brilliant & near-ideal piece of work all around, despite it…