• A Hidden Life

    A Hidden Life

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    Few people on Earth have the ability to truly tell stories, even more impressive when they are real. Terrence Malick immerses you in every way imaginable way through his movies. A Hidden Life not just does that but throws you into the world. You feel apart of the family. You feel the affection and touch transmitted from Franz and Frani. The breeze from the mountains kilometers away. The texture of the water when somebody splashes their hand in it. The…

  • Full Metal Jacket

    Full Metal Jacket

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    We have nailed our names in the pages of history enough for today.
    We hump down to the Perfume River to set in for the night.

    Stanley Kubrick gives us a tale for the ages about the never ending discussion of war. Why am I even in this war? What am I doing here with all of these men, killing other people? Do I really care about what I'm doing? Do I even know who I am anymore? What is the final objective of this anyway? Will more blood shed resolve anything?

  • Paddington

    Paddington

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    #1 bear in my eyes.

  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire

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    Every single frame, no exception, is a painting of the highest quality. You feel and get lost in this movie so easily. Just waiting for what's going to happen next and if there will even be a next time. The last two scenes are just so beautiful and riveting in their own ways. This is a film to remember for sure.

  • The Mitchells vs. The Machines

    The Mitchells vs. The Machines

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    Watch this with your family!!!
    I loved it. 😭

  • Jim Carrey: Unnatural Act

    Jim Carrey: Unnatural Act

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    I mean, it really can't get any better than this.
    One of the best things to watch at any given time and if you've been down because of the pandemic, I know this could cheer you or somebody else up.
    Jimbo you legend, thank you.

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  • The Black Balloon

    The Black Balloon

    Absolutely loved this one. The Safdie brothers knowledge of cinema is clearly something that helps each other combine both of their ideas into one. As if peeling an orange from both sides to get to common ground. I appreciate the main reference this short is about(The Red Balloon, 1956) even though I haven't seen it. In all it's a great short that leaves you thinking about what's been going on lately.

  • The Father

    The Father

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    So real, at moments you forget you're watching a movie. Couldn't have finished my Oscar marathon on a higher, well crafted and sadder note. Anthony and Olivia pushing the boundaries of acting so softly, but yet so powerfully.

  • Nomadland

    Nomadland

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    Nomadland isn't what everybody is talking about.

  • The Mole Agent

    The Mole Agent

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    Everything will be alright, In this life, everything has a solution.
    This is the last nominated doc and all I have to say is that all of them bring humanity, love and life. It was a pleasure to watch these documentaries.

  • Save Ralph

    Save Ralph

    No animal should die and suffer die in the name of beauty.
    Help Humane Society International ban cosmetic testing on animals globally.
    Please sign the petition here: www.hsi.org/saveralphmovie/ and click on Take Action to Help.