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Underground   10/18/20
by Tramuzgan
For the duration of the film, set during the cold war, the poet keeps the protagonist and his family locked up in an underground asylum, producing weapons, convincing them that the war against nazis is still in full swing.

The Marathon Family   10/11/20
by Tramuzgan
And I'm like, dude, that's like making a top 10 American films list and putting in Endgame.

A Wonderful Night in Split   10/09/20
by Tramuzgan
Anyway, the bottom line is that A Wonderful Night in Split is a fantastic film, even ignoring my rose-tinted glasses.

Apocalypto   9/23/20
by Tramuzgan
There isn't much character development going on, it's mostly about Jaguar Paw trying to survive, which may sound like a bad thing, but it just enhances the savage feel of the film.

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King   9/20/20
by Tramuzgan
Why pretend that these are three separate films, when they're very clearly one film released in three parts?

Up   8/22/20
by Tramuzgan
The film we're talking about, Up, can be thought of as both their last good and first mediocre film.

Rango   8/18/20
by Tramuzgan
Like Chuck Jones, the character design thrives off of asymmetry and quirks - like how one character would have a hunched back, another would have a pronounced double chin, or freakishly lanky legs - but it's enhanced by how each animal needs to look somewhat like its real-life counterpart.

Fantastic Mr. Fox   6/04/20
by Tramuzgan
First, let's mention the most important thing in an animated film: how it uses the art of animation.

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World   3/31/20
by Tramuzgan
It, a part of the second film, and all of the first one, feel like they were inspired by something from DeBlois' own life, but this feels more inspired by other Dreamworks and Disney movies.

How to Train Your Dragon 2   3/10/20
by Tramuzgan
What came out as a result is less of a typical 7/10 movie and more of an unfinished 10/10 movie.


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