Dr. Stone (Summer 2019) – Science and Postmodernism

Regardless of as being said as “failed” in terms of potential, this show has an enjoyable hell-of-a-ride experience, tackles sci-fi into more uniquely and well-handled.

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The White Ribbon (2009) – The Lowest Authority of Society

A well-crafted movie with great precision acting, slow-burn pace, black-and-white format, and Haneke’s complexity yet tragic human condition as its best.

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A Woman Is a Woman (1961) – Godard’s Daydream of Cinema

The plot isn’t as important as a cinema in general and with this movie, Godard’s style to “film as a language” is noticeable.

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Knives Out (2019) – A Rian Johnson Whodunit

Rian Johnson was completing the game with shows a fresh, unique, yet fun murder mystery about our fear to the outsider.

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Cold War (2018) – Best Movie from the 1950s

Pawlikowski hits a timeless cinema in a modern-day era with so much pop culture, has capable, and a fascinating experience to watch this movie.

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Sing (2016) – Auditions Begin

A wasted potential from the premise itself, no connection with all of the characters, and the ending just thrown away like such a thing.

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Portrait of a Lady on Fire (2019) – Every Frame Is a Painting

An LGBT movie whose boundaries between bleak realism options, a complete and clear artistic vision from the director.

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