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Captain Marvel (2019)



Climax (2018)
Loved it. Such audio and visual experience. My type of film.


Sorry for my English!



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Perfect Blue -


hard to believe that it was originally intended to be live-action
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Please don’t shout at my clouds

Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)



Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)






The average of the the two











The Ice House (1978) – 5.5/10

WARNING: spoilers below
I said a few posts back that Stigma, which preceded this film in the Ghost Story for Christmas series, wasn't a ghost story, but horror. This feels barely like horror and more of a 'tale of unease', but unlike Stigma it sensibly doesn't begin with the title card "A Ghost Story" .

A very peculiar watch. I decided that the weird behaviour of the spa owners was better suited to a period piece, possibly Edwardian, but that, in what was then modern day, it was hard to accept the other characters' awareness of this intimidating eccentricity and tolerating it. There's a mild hint of hypnotism or a kind of lotus-eaters effect but not enough to mitigate this issue.

I was racking my brain to remember where I'd seen Geoffrey Burridge before and this morning it came to me that he'd been the villain Dorian in the Blake's 7 episode Rescue. Elizabeth Romilly stood out the most because of her more layered character – she's a little bit reminiscent of Amanda Donohoe in The Lair of the White Worm: seductive and revelling in her own corruption.



Wait, how do you have that thing at the side with the smiles? I don't have it.
think it might be my google engine? mozilla does different stuff, too...with the editor...weird, wild stuff!



"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"

: Laughed my butt off and I see star/producer/writer/director Allie Loukas as a face to look out for. She reminded me of a meshing of Ellie Kemper and Ashley Clements and does a great job in her debut film.



: Loved this sequel, emotional, tense at times. The boxing choreography is fantastic, especially in the final fight. I saw a deleted scene recently and wished they had put that in the film itself.




Butterfly & Sword
: An ensemble cast (by today's standards) of Tony Leung Chiu-Wai, Michelle Yeoh, Donnie Yen, and Joey Wang star in this wuxia film loosely based on a 1976 Shaw Brothers film, Killer Clans. A love rectangle mixed in with the story of a clan who must retrieve a letter from an evil warlord to save their clan. Great action sequences as well.
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Climax, solid 8/10. It's a hard movie to describe my emotions about, but Noe's camerawork and the insane performances from the dancers really put you in the environment, making me feel like I was a part of the nightmares happening on screen. Surprisingly tame for it's subject matter, as most was implied rather than shown, which is something I enjoyed (if that's the right word in this situation) as it left the horrors in your head instead of showing it, making you know it's faked, if you get my drift. Not as crazy and good as Enter the Void imo, but Climax is still a solid trip.



Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) - re-watch - this movie is very rewatchable

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