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Nymphomaniac: Vol. II review

Posted : 1 month, 3 weeks ago on 11 October 2022 07:43 (A review of Nymphomaniac: Vol. II)

My relationship with Nymphomaniac: Part II is very 'love hatred'. It was very disturbing, but at least I have some good memories with it!


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A Little Life review

Posted : 2 months ago on 3 October 2022 02:18 (A review of A Little Life)

This book is very psychologically based, as most of it chronicles the life story of Jude St Francis and an analysis of how severely his childhood trauma affected him to the point no one can 'fix him', and how he copes with the immense pain and suffering the first 15 years of his life has incorporated into the rest of his life. The small percentage of the book that isn't based around St Francis details his friends, their ambitions, hopes, ... as well as the family he meets along the way.

Personally, I believe a Little Life was an incredible book. It taught me so much, and truly I went through so many emotions whilst turning each page and unfolding what was on one, then another. It is a rollercoaster to read, but truly in the best way possible. Many difficult parts were put into this book that weren't nice reading, but at least it showed that there are so many despicable people in this world. As long as you can tolerate some extreme, triggering content - A Little Life is an eye opening book that is undoubtedly worth a read. 


8/10



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Now and Then review

Posted : 9 months, 1 week ago on 1 March 2022 10:00 (A review of Now and Then)

I have deliberately avoided reading reviews on Now and Then because I know most of them are going to find a way to make an invalid statement on how 'terrible' this film is. I'm telling you - the girls that get it, get it. The girls that don't, don't.


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Bird Box review

Posted : 9 months, 1 week ago on 28 February 2022 04:43 (A review of Bird Box)

Don't watch this film if you have anxiety or if you're young...thank me later. I watched it once and thanks to me worrying so much I could never again


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Posted : 10 months, 2 weeks ago on 20 January 2022 08:16 (A review of Inglourious Basterds)

I'm literally watching this right now on my 5th attempt to watch this film for the first time in 6 years. I hope I can sit through the damned thing because I really wanna give this movie a chance, as war movies have always been one of my favourite genres.


Okay I've finally finished watching it, and it was mid...6/10


Hey no I take that back! This was actually a great movie and I loved it!!!! one of the best watches from January. The acting, the script, the acting, the PLOT...this is literally a must watch and once we are introduced to Aldo everything goes great!



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Jennifer's Body review

Posted : 10 months, 3 weeks ago on 18 January 2022 06:54 (A review of Jennifer's Body)

People both on here and critics in general rave about how terrible Jennifer's Body is but in all honesty, I think it's a movie that is terribly misunderstood and not just about us having to admire Megan Fox's body while she kills fellow classmates here and there, as a plot. It deals with several deep topics in an intellectual way that mainly girls will exclusively understood. Boys? I don't think so. I mean, until now people are just understanding it again, especially the men that PANNED it when it was first released.

So, in conclusion of this messily written love letter to Jennifer's Body (which doesn't really provide any points, I get that), I honestly think it's a movie for girls only because we are the only ones that'll truly understand it. I also think it's worth a watch especially if you like the 'coquette' or femme fatale aesthetic. Yes, it has several flaws, but beneath that it's honestly wonderful (relatable, even), though I'll recommend it only to people who view similar movies to Jennifer's Body.

7/10


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Fight Club review

Posted : 11 months ago on 9 January 2022 04:04 (A review of Fight Club)

I watched this film many years ago but found most of it quite tedious and boring, but since those years passed and my mind slightly matured, I decided to give it another chance and decide whether or not my perspective on it differed. Indeed, it was one of the confusing, mind-fuck movies I've ever seen, but that mind-fuck only came in once it was revealed the narrator was actually, Tyler Durdern. It was so confusing that, in the end I stared at a wall for close to 5 minutes coming to terms with the whole plot in itself and it's ending. What I also notice again is that there was also no dull moment in this movie and the dialogue was amazing. Never once did I feel the urge to go on my phone or read a book which most films I see, fall victim to (which forces me to re-watch it again). The actors were also amazing, my favourite was Brad Pitt's portrayal of Tyler (which is unusual for me because, when I watch a movie with him in it, his performance is not my most favourite overall).

In conclusion, Fight Club is a great movie and definitely one to check if you've seen Requiem For a Dream or American Psycho (among other cult classics), and understood its message. My opinion on this film did change after all, and I do think highly of almost everything about it. Fight Club is a film I'll put on during movie night with my friends and will watch all of it, beginning to end, with no interruptions.

7/10
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The Dreamers review

Posted : 11 months, 1 week ago on 2 January 2022 12:38 (A review of The Dreamers)

The Dreamers I found to be a very cheesy movie. Sure, I liked the aesthetic, but apart from that there was few I actually enjoyed about this film. I thought the majority of the dialogue was awfully cringe and all that this movie was trying to make the three protagonists these fascinating, interesting characters that were so different from society, when really, they weren't and that attempting display utterly failed. I also found it quite boring too, as I do with most of Bernardo Bertolucci's films. Look, I love him as a director and treasure some of his more decent work, but seriously, some of his movies are lengthened out when they could just get to the core point much more quicker. The Dreamers is just so. It didn't help that there was basically incest, which, after seeing La Luna I wasn't surprised at, but by the way 11-year-old me saw it, it seemed normal! That just makes it even more strange, as if that type of relationship is something Bertolucci fantasises. Gross.

Yet, despite the fact I found many flaws within this film, I enjoyed the conversations between some of the characters and found it to be actually quite decent and understanding. Understanding I put an emphasis on, because I watched several films like this when I was younger and didn't understand them at all. This one, I did...in some way. I still think it's worth a watch if you're interested in culture or just books in general. Anyway, I'm sure my feelings for the Dreamers will change over time as I'm rewatching it this year, and my mindset has changed a lot since viewing this film, aged (as said) 11.

4/10
c1n4m0ng1rl
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Teorema review

Posted : 11 months, 1 week ago on 30 December 2021 09:28 (A review of Teorema)

This movie is just boring. I don't know if I should've understood the films message or not but I didn't, and if you did I'm sure you know it required a lot of attention; per usual to a Pasolini film.

3/10
-c1n4m0ng1rl


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Blutjunge Verführerinnen review

Posted : 11 months, 1 week ago on 29 December 2021 08:43 (A review of Blutjunge Verführerinnen)

The Young Seducers should only be seen as a porno/erotica because it's not really anything from that. I mean, the plot says so itself and for most of the time it felt like a compilation of Edwin C. Dietrich's wet-dreams. He must've been about 42 when he directed this movie, and fantasising teenage girls fucking each other or with men? Hmm, that's definitely not uncommon but it's just strange. The dialogue too, it seriously felt like it was written in a rush and the characters didn't even get to know one another before they began sexual intercourse. It was also hilarious, whether it was the music put on during the sex scenes or just in general, it made me giggle ironically.

This leaves me on a few final notes: do not take this erotica seriously, as it's just a bunch of clips of teenagers 'pouding' away. Would only recommend for people who 'get by' (I'm not sure what else I can phase that it into, but I'm sure you can comprehend what I mean) watching softcore films like this, which is undoubtedly hormonal teenage boys or elder men, not that they should feel humiliated for enjoying this type of genre. I felt generous ranking this film about a month ago when I first came onto Listal so I gave it a 4/10. My ranking then, remains the same now.


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Posted: 6 months, 4 weeks ago at May 10 13:19
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Posted: 9 months, 3 weeks ago at Feb 13 19:47
You're the most welcome! I really appreciate your votes too! Have a nice evening!
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Thank you for your new vote!
Posted: 10 months, 1 week ago at Jan 31 12:00
Hey, good news! I have added your viewing list to an aggregate list for the year 2022!
A little project of mine to have one place where we can see what everyone is into this year:
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Posted: 10 months, 2 weeks ago at Jan 24 19:08
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Would you mind going back to one of my lists and provide your 10 favorite movies?

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