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Somos lo que hay (2010)
aka We Are What We Are

A Mexican cannibal film (sort of) that follows a family after the death of husband/father. Especially the latter half has a nice, almost surreal atmosphere but the sad fact is that the film never makes any sense. All members of the family seem genuinely retarded and everyone keeps yapping about "the ritual", but nothing is ever explained. Despite the stupidity and being quite boring, I still can't say I hated it.

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Yeah, American remake of that is watchable but ain't up to too much either.
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American History X - what a movie! This is the movie when I finalised realised what an amazing actor Edward Norton was. He was in credible and 100% believable in the film and the story was powerful and hard hitting.



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American History X - what a movie! This is the movie when I finalised realised what an amazing actor Edward Norton was. He was in credible and 100% believable in the film and the story was powerful and hard hitting.

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Lowlife (2017)



This was a weird one. Enjoyable enough just a bit strange all round, like a low budget, less self-conscious Pulp Fiction! Drama with early career Shane Meadows characters thrown in.




Thanks.

Sadly @Chypmunk already replied, but I'm still going to go with this...

The context is what the context is.

I'm sorry, you totally lost me. I was confused by this part:

"The context"

But then I was even more confused by what followed.




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Only thing missing is a cop played by Will Smith.
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Minority Report (2002) - 7.2/10. This was twisted. But a very good one. Yes the plot was a bit convoluted for me. I had to rewind (...is that even a word now in the digital age?) a few times. But it was worth it. Some of visual choices were weird. Especially the halo like glow in some of the scenes were a bit off putting. As far as Sci-Fi goes this ver very Sci-Fi!
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Re-watch of a strange but excellent movie.
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I Soliti Ignoti (Persons Unknown) AKA Big Deal on Madonna Street (1958) - 7.6/10. Absolutely fantastic. One of the best comedy I have seen in probably 3-4 years. The situational comedy is hilarious. The story is great. Overall, brilliant! The two ladies in the movie are an absolute treat! Especially the one with the most screen time!



Voyage to Agatis (2010)




From extreme film director extraordinaire Marian Dora, and I thought it was pretty good. Of course, that's only if you're looking for something sick and disgusting. It's full of graphic nudity so it seems like a decent screenshot doesn't exist. The end is as brutal and disturbing as anything you'll ever see on film.



American History X - what a movie! This is the movie when I finalised realised what an amazing actor Edward Norton was. He was in credible and 100% believable in the film and the story was powerful and hard hitting.
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Uncut Gems (2019) - Benny Safdie, Josh Safdie

- Adam Sandler is such a talented actor for drama movies! Directing is so good and the storyline is really entertaining in my opinion. One of the best movie I've seen this year so far. Ending is shocking.
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