Kung Fu Hustle (2004) – Martial Arts and Comics

A combination of Tarantino meets Chaplin and Keaton, a hilarious movie without having to impress artistic and one of the funniest kung fu movies.

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Monos (2019) – Firefly

An abyss movie, amazingly yet hauntingly beautiful with such many wide shots and the omnipresent tone from the score.

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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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