Akame ga Kill! (Summer 2014) – Kill the Emperor

“Akame ga Kill!” becomes a great spectacle for those of you who want to enjoy the gore, the blood, or anything; yet in terms of story and writing, this is bad.

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Happiness (1998) – To Search for Human Connection

Regardless of the controversial theme, this is an amazing movie about the characters in a search for what they would want to reach.

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Nightcrawler (2014) – The City Shines Brightest at Night

“Nightcrawler” is a profane reference of the dark side of a media, news-casting, TV, yet we know the case.

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BloodRayne (2005) – This Is the Dark Soul

“BloodRayne” is not intended for fans of the video game, fans of movies, or fans of vampire culture, unless you want to find sex, this movie is for you.

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Inherent Vice (2014) – The Art of Confused

“Inherent Vice” has all aspects even this will be a cult in the future.

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Boogie Nights (1997) – Everyone Has One Special Thing

“Boogie Nights” provides a very impressive, total viewing experience in exploring its theme.

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Punch-Drunk Love (2002) – Can’t Help Falling in Love

“Punch-Drunk Love” is a rom-com that’s so different in all kinds of different points of view.

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Magnolia (1999) – The Melancholy of Paul Thomas Anderson

“Magnolia” is a piece of rare cinema, a story with a lot of parable and details.

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