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Einsteinís God Model (2016)
Was looking forward to watching this, as I love the subject matter. But it was a disappointment. The overall plot seemed good, and the experimental physics was pretty close to contemporary thinking. Yet because of the amateurish production and acting, it didn't sustain my interest. Unhappily I bailed after 20 minutes or so...



Was looking forward to watching this, as I love the subject matter. But it was a disappointment. The overall plot seemed good, and the experimental physics was pretty close to contemporary thinking. Yet because of the amateurish production and acting, it didn't sustain my interest. Unhappily I bailed after 20 minutes or so...
I would mostly agree, the physics was fine but the rest of it left a lot to be desired. Also I didnít really like the Ďlookí of it for some reason, the colour scheme etc. I did finish it, though, itís one of those that people talk about as having a heart, but that sure didnít help matters much.



Can we have your liver then?
Mentioned on here.
streaming on crackle for free.



edit: Stark but Great movie




Pieces of a Woman (2020)

Itís the sort of thing you feel a bit guilty about not liking as much as perhaps you should have. Agree with everyone who argued the opening sequence utterly overshadowed the rest of the film. I find it very sad that it had such potential and didnít do much with it. But I doubt thatís really anything to do with quality, itís just that no aftermath can match the kind of tragedy the opening sequence portrays. Almost wish this was a short, ironically, opening sequence, then cut.





Today I'm mad, and I don't know why, it doesn't happen often.
"If someone gives you lemons make lemonade."
Will get the DVD out of the box, otherwise I'd not get the chance.
I've read the book, but seeing in different from imagining.





Today I'm mad, and I don't know why, it doesn't happen often.
"If someone gives you lemons make lemonade."
Will get the DVD out of the box, otherwise I'd not get the chance.
I've read the book, but seeing in different from imagining.
Oh wow. Always fun to see someone watch that for the first time.



Oxygen (2021)

Havenít heard of this. In the very least itísÖ. Different.
Aja sure is maturing well.



Oh wow. Always fun to see someone watch that for the first time.
Already did. I didn't let it sink before writing about it, though.

Did you liked it?



Already did. I didn't let it sink before writing about it, though.

Did you liked it?
Erm, assuming that term can be used for that kind of thing, yes, I most certainly did.



The Father (2020)

I seem to know everything about it by now from fellow aficionados, but still very much looking forward to it. The big screen, too. Still not quite used to it being back.
I actually really loved that, which I didnít expect. Would be interesting to see this internalised approach to mental illness and such.