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  • Summer Interlude

    Summer Interlude

    ★★★½

    Currently trailblazing through Ingmar Bergman‘s filmography at the moment and it is already the Most breathtaking experiences in relation to movies in my life. I had seen persona, strawberries, seventh seal and some others prior to this undertaking but still; its absolutely devastating how great a writer this dude was as early as 1951.

  • Green Book

    Green Book

    I'm propably the only who's more bugged by Green Book winning best original screenplay than best Picture because I kinda anticipated the big win.
    To clarify, I didn't watch the movie itself, I read the screenplay, so my perspective on this may be slightly different from the popular Consensus. I Chose not to watch in a Theater because I rather spent my 7€ for the Guadagnino's Version of Suspiria.

    The most important Thing a script should do is telling a…

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  • The Holy Mountain

    The Holy Mountain

    ★★★★★

    The trick Alejandro Jodorowsky pulls with "The Holy Mountain" is actually no trick at all. It's popping up in every list of cryptic, hard to understand-films but he's just telling the truth in his own way.

    Essentially, with "The Holy Mountain" Jodorovsky tries to make you see the world with his eyes through a journey to enlightenment, symobilzed through the ascend of the Titular mountain.
    You see his contempt for aspects of western civilization, distinct character traits and worldviews.
    Everything…

  • Solo: A Star Wars Story

    Solo: A Star Wars Story

    ★★

    I'm so tired of these movies, they don't actually feel like movies anymore, rather they act as a constant reminder that the industry is becoming more and more Money-oriented than ever.
    The clearest sign that "Star Wars" is headed in the same direction as the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far.

    A narrative that goes here and there but totally lacks Focus doesn't make for a great film full stop. Donald Glover is doing his Thing but in the end, he…