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What is “Black Mirror” actually?
“Jacob’s Ladder” has a unique distinction in a way that’s even very difficult to imagine.
“The General” is more than slapstick.
“Come and See” is a painful cinema you’ve to experience directly so that you better understand what this film really was.
“Misery” in other words is predictable but this film contains many elements where modern thriller isn’t able to achieve it.
“Persepolis” is like a universal expression as an expression by the filmmaker and an artistic narrative.
“Vertigo” doesn’t only carry the best all-time film or overrated film from the director himself because this is a very innovative film.
“Paths of Glory” is not a war movie that talks about historical events, conflicts, or patriotism but this is a tragedy and moral ambiguity.
“Idol Incidents” doesn’t deserve to redeem itself with a nice and potentially ridiculous plot.
“Cape Fear” is the most solid natural fear in a horror genre itself.