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  • I'm Not Ashamed

    I'm Not Ashamed

    ½

    I was expecting this movie to be much more worse.

    Rachel Joy Scott, or this fictionalised version of her, is constantly torn between the unwavering faith and the uneasy emptiness that lurks within. Her inner conflict almost dictates the whole discourse of the movie if we were to take out the highlight : Columbine High School Shooting. This particular theme is annoyingly repetitive and pandering at certain points but luckily not always, it also makes a very weak foundation to…

  • Suspiria

    Suspiria

    ★★½

    Botched attempt from Luca Guadagnino to make Suspiria to become something more than horror, the horror is effective while the others are just mere ideas that go nowhere concrete.

    Maybe it needs a different director, maybe it just doesn't need a remake, period. Again, butchered potential, especially with that ending that halts what comes before. The movie could be satisfying but it doesn't.

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  • Suzhou River

    Suzhou River

    ★★★★½

    A story of a teenager who likes fapping and Suzhou River. (not my review)

    I was 17 during 2007, just got on my first senior year. The raddest book I've ever read was entire work collection of Gu Long. I was a retard, and of course still is a retard. Just like every other countryside self-deprecating, wretched, mess around, waiting to die teenager, friendless and nothing to be happy of, I feel as if my life will stay this way…

  • Amadeus

    Amadeus

    ★★★★½

    Alphabet Club #1

    The moment that leads up to Mozart’s unfinished work being locked in a glass cabinet, a culmination of rivalry between mediocrity and talent, Amadeus amazes me as my first attempt on Milos Forman’s work.

    A movie about a one-sided rivalry that sprung from jealousy, Salieri is painfully aware of his own mediocrity when it comes to music ever since he met Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Mozart is a man who lacks finesse in courtship, his immatureness and insolence…