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    I’m not even that knowledgable in US politics,...

    I’m not even that knowledgable in US politics, but the thought of someone spray-painting Biden’s name and anarchist symbol together is hysterical.
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    Poll: First time feels like watching a captivating,...

    First time feels like watching a captivating, impeccably crafted battle of wills between two uncompromising people, until a most delightfully unusual compromise is reached. This second time, with...
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    Shame. This is a great, gorgeous show.

    Shame. This is a great, gorgeous show.
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    Poll: Rewatched this because it's leaving Netflix soon....

    Rewatched this because it's leaving Netflix soon. Same score rating as on first watch, but I think I love it slightly more this time, where the intensity doesn't let up even when watched at home....
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    Poll: One of the rare occasions that I wish I'd read...

    One of the rare occasions that I wish I'd read the book or spoiled myself beforehand, as I would have spent more time marveling at how Kaufman goes about this premise by superbly swirling the...
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    We have all the time in the world. :( RIP

    We have all the time in the world. :( RIP
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    Trailer looks good. I'm a Chalamet fan but he's...

    Trailer looks good. I'm a Chalamet fan but he's a bit underwhelming here, but maybe because to me, rushed writing and age asides, Kyle MacLachlan was so perfect for this character; his presence was...
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    I hope they massaged the split into two films...

    I hope they massaged the split into two films well, because based on the book alone I couldn't think of a satisfactory way to leave things off.
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    Couldn't tell this is by Ben Wheatley. ...

    Couldn't tell this is by Ben Wheatley.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFVhB54UqvQ
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    In motion: 1302785863114342400

    In motion:

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  11. Poll: The only Aardman Animation feature I had left to...

    The only Aardman Animation feature I had left to see, and it's slightly below the middle of the studio's rank. Being Aardman, this still translates to a film still packing with delightful visual...
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    Obvious in having the same actress, but still...

    Obvious in having the same actress, but still interestingly linked thematically:

    Lucy
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    A couple of 1962 classics finally crossed off the...

    A couple of 1962 classics finally crossed off the list.

    Ivan's Childhood - This feels caught between two modes of depicting wartime reality and dipping in Tarkovsky's later free-floating,...
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    Hannibal leaves real world behind definitively...

    Hannibal leaves real world behind definitively some time in Season 2 and is all the better for it. Not surprised that it's not for everyone (although I see it mostly beloved), but very surprised...
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    Reading about cases like this makes me insanely...

    Reading about cases like this makes me insanely grateful for my fellow countrymen. Our "blown-out-of-proportion" fear that leads to (often self-controlled, because of the insipid junta government's...
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    I read the first book last year. Apart from how...

    I read the first book last year. Apart from how the main power works getting too lost up in its own New Age mysticism just a tad, it's really a feat of world-building. The planet Arrakis may be one...
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    Rare that a loss is so tragic and so, so...

    Rare that a loss is so tragic and so, so unexpected that I have to reread it over a few times, couldn’t bring myself to believe it at first. What a gut-wrenching, blunt force of a news.
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    Poll: The time-reversal gimmick is so neat, often...

    The time-reversal gimmick is so neat, often exhilarating in its disorienting effect, and I’ve never seen anything quite like it. Unfortunately, the level of difficulty finally exceeds Nolan’s grasp,...
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    lol 1297246597974077441

    lol

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    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Ef8_IjxUcAA3mfq.jpg ...

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Ef8_IjxUcAA3mfq.jpg


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    My country is safe to go back to cinemas for a...

    My country is safe to go back to cinemas for a month or two now, it's just that for me there's no new film I want to go to. Tenet looks to be the first.
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    Poll: My first Masaaki Yuasa, after hearing about Mind...

    My first Masaaki Yuasa, after hearing about Mind Game for quite some time. Love the breezy storytelling, even through the heavy subject matter of grief and moving on, and the casually stunning ...
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    1. Inherent Vice (Thomas Pynchon) 2. Confessions...

    1. Inherent Vice (Thomas Pynchon)
    2. Confessions (Kanae Minato)
    3. The Shining (Stephen King)
    4. The Thief of Always (Clive Barker)
    5. The Sun Also Rises (Ernest Hemingway)
    6. Totto-chan: The...
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    Thought this was an Onions joke at first.

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    Poll: Strong third act makes me wish most of the film...

    Strong third act makes me wish most of the film drops the respectful arthouse horror sheen that does nothing to hide its underimagined Main Metaphor drama, which requires so much more psychological...
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