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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We Never Learn (Spring 2019) – A Decent Series of Comedic Antics

While the protagonist is just another usual looking guy who can’t read the specific situation, the heroines, regardless of their memorable look, seem to lack any distinctive features.

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Hitori Bocchi no Marumaru Seikatsu (Spring 2019) – A Wholesome Show about Overcome Anxiety

“Hitori Bocchi” can be the most relatable at the season, fun, and always sticks with its theme.

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