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  • The Third Man

    The Third Man


    “I still do belive in god old man. I belive in god, mercy, all that. But the dead are happier dead, they don’t miss much here poor devils.... What do you believe in?”

    I honestly had never heard of this movie before today. I was just scrolling through Netflix, saw this film with a young beautiful Orson Wells, looked it up on this app and saw some people say its a classic masterpiece or something like that. So I gave…

  • Climax



    Oh. My. Holy. Hell. Shit. Balls.

    Are the first words that came out of my mouth when the film was over. Gasper Noe does it again, I have only seen Enter The Void and Love and while I didnt like Love alot Enter The Void is one of my favorite flicks of all time. I always said it was like watching a acid trip of a movie, while this is litteraly about a bad LSD Trip This is the first…

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  • High Life

    High Life


    Man this is such a conflicting film for me to review and give a score on. To me this was this years ‘Annihilation’, while they are both Science Fiction films its more of to do with that there are alot of things I like and really love and appreciate about this film, but then there are so many questionable things that really make me shake my head. 

    For positives the cinematography and opening scene of the film is fantastic, does…

  • Barry Lyndon

    Barry Lyndon


    A masterpiece. A 3 Hour Film that for at least me flies by. Easily one of the most beautiful films ever made, backgrounds look like beautiful paintings. Ryan O Neal gives the performance of his life with Kubricks Brilliant Direction. To be discussed more in depth on the next episode of Moo-V, you can listen to the previous episodes here!

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  • The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

    The Umbrellas of Cherbourg


    A masterpiece in every sense of the word. I was caught super off gaurd when the film first started, but 10 mins in I was hooked. It uses music to its full advantage capturing the audience and making emotional scenes even more emotional and impactful. The cinematography was absolutely beautiful, such a diffrent array of beautiful colors and lush smooth camera work. Accompanied by a great straight forward story that works wonders and has the great message money dosent bring you happiness. Im so happy I finnaly watched this, I loved this.

  • La Haine

    La Haine


    “Most cops don’t hassle you! They protect you!”
    “And who protects us from you?”

    Theres alot of fantastic quotes from this flick I could use but man, holy hell. I loved this movie so much words can hardly express how much I love it. From its incredible cinematography, the story, its political message that is still so much relevant today, the plot and sequences of events that occurs, its writing and performances makes me feel like im watching actual people…