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  • We Are Columbine

    We Are Columbine



    WE ARE COLUMBINE may not satisfy true crime / serial killer aficionados with the way it presents this horrific piece of American history. Mainly because this documentary takes precise steps to never fully address the β€œevent,” it never utters the two shooter’s names, it never divulges information about what they did (except through first-person accounts), it just allows *some* of the victims to tell their story and how that day is still very prominent in their lives and reverberates…

  • The Haunting of Hill House

    The Haunting of Hill House



    I had heard a lot about this series upon its premier last October, but just never got around to watching it for one reason or another. I tried my hardest to keep all the spoilers away, so that when I got around to watching this I would be appropriately surprised. And luckily enough I did.

    This was just so addictive and so well done. The minor details that were put in, the intricacies of the plot, the way everything…

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  • Arrival




    time is a fascinating concept. man is the only species that values time as such an important aspect of life. we care about our age. we care about if we're late. we care so much about time that we sometimes forget to feel.

    Denis Villeneuve's Arrival is so much more than a science fiction alien invasion film. it touches on the complexities of the human existence and shows us how small we really are in the grand scheme of…

  • Midnight in Paris

    Midnight in Paris



    this is easily my favorite Woody Allen film. Owen Wilson's Gil Pender reminds me of what a young Woody Allen might have been like. he is basically channeling Woody Allen here.

    the landscapes are beautiful. the story is whimsical. the music is wonderful. the cast is phenomenal.

    Owen Wilson is the lead here, but it's the supporting players that make this so wonderfully fun and fresh even after watching this at least twelve or thirteen times. Corey Stoll's Ernest…