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    I woke up on Saturday and decided to watch Climax, not sure if it’s the right decision to start the day lol. The dance numbers are fascinating, but the rest of the movie was utterly crazy and reminds me of mother!. I’ve never taken LSD when I party, and this movie surely makes me never want to take one lol.

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    Hustlers. I didn’t think I’d enjoy it this much.

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    I’m just telling y’all, Wild Reeds (1994) walked so that CMBYN could run. Might be one of my new favorite movies ever.

    Beautiful film. Thanks for the reminder – I need to watch this again. It’s been awhile.

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    my last film was Avengers :Endgame and I think it will win ”best popular movie”

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    my last film was Avengers :Endgame and I think it will win ”best popular movie”

    I know you are aware that this idea was scratched as soon as it was announced

    Banned for making a fake movie poster

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    my last film was Avengers :Endgame and I think it will win ”best popular movie”

    Joker would win Best Popular Movie if that category existed.

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    Knives Out was fun! The cast was terrific and clearly having a ball with their parts, the writing and direction was solid, and it’s always fun when you get the mystery right! It’s an enjoyable popcorn movie. I loved the score in particular. My favorite acting performance was delivered by Chris Evans, which surprised me. I hope we get more movies in this genre. Grade: A-.

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    1. Her Smell
    2. The Irishman
    3. Pain & Glory (Dolor y Gloria)
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    “Clemency” (2019): Absolutely blown away by Alfre Woodard’s performance here and hope that she gets her proper due with a lead actress Oscar nomination. I worry with Neon being such an iffy distributor and the film’s late release schedule, but I’ll hope for the best regardless. This is also a pretty stinging indictment of of the prison complex and the death penalty, as Bernadine’s no-nonsense approach to handling her warden duties and death row inmates catches up with her in both her professional and personal lives. Another standout here is Aldis Hodge as one of the death row inmates. He would make an excellent supporting actor nominee BTW. Strong supporting cast as well, including Richard Schiff, Michael O’Neill, Wendell Pierce, Vernee Watson, and a stunning scene from Danielle Brooks that rivals Viola Davis’s breathrough scene in “Doubt.” I’d say that this film is quite the feat for Chinonye Chukwu, as she wrote and directed this effort. Sometimes her direction could have been more assured and paced, I think, where a less-novice director might have handled some elements differently. But Alfre is the main event here, and I’m thrilled to see her land the meatiest part she’s been handed in years. Support this film the moment it arrives in your area!

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    Finally was able to watch Mati Diop’s “Atlantics” on Netflix and was not disappointed. Pretty unique viewing experience. Won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, but I was mesmerized and genuinely surprised.

    Fatima Al Qadiri’s phenomenal soundtrack has been available on Spotify since last week. But I have to say, kudos to director of photography: Claire Mathon. In 2019 she gave us “Atlantics” and “Portrait of a Lady on Fire”. All the awards to this lady.

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    Doctor Sleep

    I kind of went into this expecting something similar to The Shining but it couldn’t be more different. It’s a sequel that manages to stand on its own and give us a refreshing perspective because the main focus is on overcoming personal demons and choosing to protect the next generation. I’ve seen some people complaining it’s too long and dull. Not for me. Its menacing tone kept me interested from start to finish and the score was great at building tension.

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    Meet Me in St. Louis on the Criterion Channel. It is a sweet little film, a little dated in some aspects, but it is a good one to start off the Holiday season with, and Judy Garland is lovely as always.

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    The Irishman….boring

    The Report… Boring too

    FYC:

    Chromatica: Album of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Album.

    Rain On Me: Song of the Year, Record of the Year, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, Best Music Video.

    Alice: Best Pop Solo Performance

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    Just watched Frances and Personal Shopper!

    Wow… Jessica Lange needs to get another meaty role stat. This is one of the all-time best performances.

    Kristen Stewart is fantastic in this. Totally spontaneous and natural. With the right role, she’s bound to win an Oscar soon.

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    I watched the Report. It was alright.

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