M (1931) – The Fire, the Voices, the Torment!

The tone of disintegration and terrifying performance by Peter Lorre, “M” is one of the pinnacles of cinema achievement as an art.

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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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Breathless (1960) – Godard’s Superlatives Surrounding

“Breathless” had a sensational acceptance in addition to creating a lot of unique techniques; they were accidentally and ironically yet widely imitated by many cinemas.

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The Irishman (2019) – Time Changes Nothing

“The Irishman” directly becomes a classic movie, still uses its tradition, still has its formula and style, and a movie you never see it again in the next year.

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