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Spike Jonze’s Her (2013) is a Dentrimental Look Into the Mortal Abstraction of “Love”

If you’re single and watch Her, you begin to feel lonely, yet secure. If you’re currently with someone and watch Her, you begin to feel grateful, yet afraid.  My personal parallel.  Many may say that Her is the most accurate depiction of probable romantic relationships within the future, but I almost took this as a hidden […]

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Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master (2012): Why It’s the Best Film So Far of the 2010s

“A Perfect Movie”  The Master is a perfect movie. It’s tough for me to explain just about every scant detail that incarcerated me in this masterpiece, but I’ll list the basics for you’ll: • Joaquin Phoenix gives one of the most engaging, cogent performances of all-time. • Oh, and so does Philip Seymour Hoffman, who’s […]

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Predator (1987): The Ultimate B-Rated Action Flick

Time to review every Predator movie leading up to Shane Black’s: The Predator. So…um…get to the chopper? I apologize, I legitimately have no clue how to introduce this series of reviews. Let’s just get into this before I ramble about nonsense for too long.  Predator is B-Rated, action nonsense at its unadulterated finest. It’s just […]

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Revisiting One of My Favorite Movies of All-Time: Darren Aronofsky’s Requiem for A Dream (2000)

Here’s my review of the scariest movie ever conceived, and it’s one that’s not even categorized as “horror.”  Requiem for a Dream is the most psychologically brain-damaging drama of all-time. The finale of this film is like watching your soul get squeezed, as your heart slowly shatters, and once it’s all finally stopped, you’re left […]

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Evaluating Roman Polanski’s Thriller Masterpiece Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

Being a humongous fan of Chinatown, one of my all-time favorites, I had contrived myself with massive expectations for Rosemary’s Baby—which I have been anticipating for many many months—and I’m completely appalled that this film somehow, effortlessly exceeded them. The biggest compliment I can give this movie is that the characters provided in the story […]

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Princess Mononoke (1997): An Animal-Friendly Gem

Studio Ghibli Fest 2018  I’m so thrilled that I decided to watch Princess Mononoke for the first time ever on the big screen. Studio Ghibli is just nonstop in terms of their animated quality (leaving most animated studios in the dust) even in times like the 90s when this film was released. The action sequences […]

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Suspiria (1977): The Mother of Giallo Movies

The crew behind the lighting and color pallet for Suspiria deserve an Oscar (x1000)!!! I felt like I was in some sort of twisted heaven witnessing this movie!!!  In anticipation for Luca Guadagnino’s remake of Suspiria, I decided to watch the 1977 original for the first time. Suspiria is slasher horror done right, because it’s […]