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Snowden (2016) – Oliver Stone

Snowden (2016) – Oliver Stone

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Oliver Stone-light, hyperactive non-action film that acts a greasy hook with a morally firm intent to blow it’s own bells and whistles away.

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Poor Things (2023) – Yorgos Lanthimos

Poor Things (2023) – Yorgos Lanthimos

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Fish-eyed, piss-European trip that´s mind-veneering even for the hardest of avant-garde-st getting bagged up drowned in the funny tasting river.

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Thirteen (2003) – Catherine Hardwicke

Thirteen (2003) – Catherine Hardwicke

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Lucky number for derailment palming the air around the the missing family-cell walls while choking her own soul not to drown back into nothingness.

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Chapter 27 (2007) – J.P. Schaefer

Chapter 27 (2007) – J.P. Schaefer

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Jacked up in fat aggressively whispering for respect as an actor while shooting the wrong Beatle played by another actor actually sharing the killer´s name.

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Across the Universe (2007) – Julie Taymor

Across the Universe (2007) – Julie Taymor

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Unannounced musical pushing Dear Patience for the trailer-allergic expecting pure dialog. It sugar-shocks with its spiral-singing flopping in steady but annoying beauty.

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The Station Agent (2003) – Tom McCarthy

The Station Agent (2003) – Tom McCarthy

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Warm-acted, well-hearted, boutique jewellery piece of naturally grown independent cinema that convincingly re-touches people´s frailty in great memorable angles of tiny actions.

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Beau is Afraid (2023) – Ari Aster

Beau is Afraid (2023) – Ari Aster

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Could easily be the far out-test comedy ever. A mummy-issued ego trip getting away with its masturbatory pretentiousness while begging for multiple visits.

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Oppenheimer (2023) – Christopher Nolan

Oppenheimer (2023) – Christopher Nolan

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Impeccably not grainy but full of particles modern-talkie that feels much longer than only three hours long…ing still for more Gary Oldman time.

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Let the Earth be Silent (2023) – Fvnerals

Let the Earth be Silent (2023) – Fvnerals

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Solid spectral shit surrounding sound-minded guests with an obscurantist‘s pain manifest that only blood itself could come up with if it had a conscience.

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Le dîner de cons (1998) – Francis Veber

Le dîner de cons (1998) – Francis Veber

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It starts really stupid but it Omelettes itself up into a kind of karma theater-play that’s different, kind and refined in an unpretentious way.

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Dr. Leslie Arzt – Lost (2004-2010)

Dr. Leslie Arzt – Lost (2004-2010)

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He came as a symptom of common cast-flu but left as a hilarious martyr and plot-hero who briefly but firmly reached for redemption.

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Dr. Christian Shephard – Lost (2004-2010)

Dr. Christian Shephard – Lost (2004-2010)

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A smooth, liquid chief surgeon who’s searching for himself and other clinically dead existential answers after lowering the bar as far down as to Australia.

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Shannon Rutherford – Lost (2004-2010)

Shannon Rutherford – Lost (2004-2010)

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Everything is hot, but-her cold soul still stinking of bad spirits that left a long time ago because they just couldn’t take her anymore.

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Dr. Ethan Rom – Lost (2004-2010)

Dr. Ethan Rom – Lost (2004-2010)

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Single, meanest Canadian man alive known in land, space and universe that will undoubtedly kick your blistered jungle-fearing ass with disturbingly rough impersonal kindness.

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Hurley – Lost (2004-2010)

Hurley – Lost (2004-2010)

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Most likeable of the cast-away cast despite being morbidly obese and condemned to comedy relief. He’ll grow on you proportionally to his own hunger.

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Good News About Hell (2022) Severance (S1.E1) – Ben Stiller

Good News About Hell (2022) Severance (S1.E1) – Ben Stiller

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A promising meeting between Being John Malkovich and Fargo infused in Ben Stiller´s blue steel vision of what a good Black Mirror would look like.

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Lost (2004-2010) – J.J Abrams

Lost (2004-2010) – J.J Abrams

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Season one is condescendingly sexy in a poor man’s Hollywood/Holloway sort of way while sometimes delivering quality twists provided one’s disbelief gets suspended enough.

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Coopa – Hand Warmer

Coopa – Hand Warmer

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A limb-saver for the cold-challenged at heart, body and mind. Truly helpful gadget one must appreciate despite its comic resemblance to a vibrator.

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Weird: The Al Yankovic Story (2022) – Eric Appel

Weird: The Al Yankovic Story (2022) – Eric Appel

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Intentionally terrible and cocky to its audience. A well made piece of trash that feels like it’s laughing at you and should stay sketch-long.

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Men (2022) – Alex Garland

Men (2022) – Alex Garland

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Disturbing short-lensed piece of horror stunningly justifying its budget with visuals that let both the right talent in and over-the-top gore out.

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The Lighthouse (2019) – Robert Eggers

The Lighthouse (2019) – Robert Eggers

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Picture-pitch perfect except for the sound of farts offensively trapping a scattered
plot inside of a frame that hits one square between the eyes.

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Gnosis (2022) – Russian Circles

Gnosis (2022) – Russian Circles

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Mercilessly immersive life-long branding mind slicer of an instrumental heavy metal music video that beautifully stuns with the brute force of a thunder-grenade.

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Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story (2022) – Ian Brennan & Ryan Murphy

Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story (2022) – Ian Brennan & Ryan Murphy

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Intimate acid dive into the stolen perspectives of the Dahmer-ed down victims of a seemingly parental crime that got out of God´s wrathful hand.

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Arizona Dream (1993) – Emir Kusturica

Arizona Dream (1993) – Emir Kusturica

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Vincent‘s natural performance gallantly steals an already stolen picture show navigated by a loud but warm director who makes the whole thing fly just right.

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Trees Lounge (1996) – Steve Buscemi

Trees Lounge (1996) – Steve Buscemi

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Likeable round around Buscemi´s past featuring family and settings no one would object to watch other than a certain female interest that feels uncomfortably young.

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Artie Bucco – The Sopranos (1999-2007)

Artie Bucco – The Sopranos (1999-2007)

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A good cook that makes one sick in the stomach by cringingly mismanaging both self-respect and culinary success into a greasy cul-de-sac.

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The Rum Diary (2011) – Bruce Robinson

The Rum Diary (2011) – Bruce Robinson

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Although preceded by a promising start, the problem springs up in the hollow-middle by scattering nothing around other than fun for the people involved.

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Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung – Berlin

Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung – Berlin

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The Pharaoh´s curse comes as a sticky security guard who’s sometimes better lit than the stolen pieces themselves guilding an architectural gem with creepy cartonnage.

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Don’t Look Up (2021) – Adam McKay

Don’t Look Up (2021) – Adam McKay

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Long-winded screw-eightball of a dark & daring political comedy for the news-aware long-attention spanner du jour expansively mirroring 1976´s “Network” efforts.

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Lou – Fight Club (1999)

Lou – Fight Club (1999)

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He’ll sock it to you like a bag of alkaline Christmas chimney bricks that used to be sweet but now burn through charm and bone.

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The Loved One (1965) – Tony Richardson

The Loved One (1965) – Tony Richardson

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Smack in the stiff middle of the 1960´s cerebral courtesy: a sunny-dark comedy of the black & whitest kind adorned and embalmed with Liberace.

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To Rome with Love (2012) – Woody Allen

To Rome with Love (2012) – Woody Allen

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Brass-balled Baldwin articulates the angry voice of reason coming from a late self-awareness that reflects the present with polished regret and self-derision.

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Numbface Chilli  Original (2014) – Sally Foo

Numbface Chilli Original (2014) – Sally Foo

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Smile-colored, slow burning hot sauce that fires up the mouth and spirit with a crescent heat wave that is both welcome and long-lasting.

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Salininui Chueok (2003) – Bong Joon Ho

Salininui Chueok (2003) – Bong Joon Ho

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Chest-kicking serial-crime kill-Thriller
of breathtaking simplicity and murky south-Korean self-deprecation finding grace in pratfalls and humor of the crassest kind.

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THE HOUSE OF SPIRITS (1993) – BILLIE AUGUST

THE HOUSE OF SPIRITS (1993) – BILLIE AUGUST

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Creeping historical “hacienda”-ascension story full of good people playing uglier-than-fiction roles to cherry things on top of sourly majestic interior/exterior shots.

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Team Sleep (2005) – Team Sleep

Team Sleep (2005) – Team Sleep

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Color-blinding death-toned off-spinning voice-collage artsy-metal album that relaxingly flays out in every sonic direction with labyrinth waves of distorted comfort.

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THE HOLY MOUNTAIN (1973) – ALEJANDRO JORODOWSKY

THE HOLY MOUNTAIN (1973) – ALEJANDRO JORODOWSKY

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Complex messianic circle jerk that transgressively fortune-wheels its dark-hippy nonsensical beauty around bringing its victims to a profound world of shit and cum.

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(T)RUSTY (? – 2021)

(T)RUSTY (? – 2021)

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A quick study Marilyn Monroe chicken who briefly rubbed everyone´s “Hühnerherz” in the rightest of chock-full-of-charm ways with graciously grave, feathered dignity.

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Almost Famous (2000) – Cameron Crowe

Almost Famous (2000) – Cameron Crowe

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Grounded with emotional veracity in the most vocal point of feud with the Death of everything that was holy and pure to rock and roll.

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GO (1999) – Doug Liman

GO (1999) – Doug Liman

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Tightly braided razor-wire-sharp mind-trip-comedy that daringly keeps coming back to itself while swinging hard with colorful come-ups and come-downs.

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The Prestige (2006) – Christopher Nolan

The Prestige (2006) – Christopher Nolan

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Fully charged but its progressive energy keeps getting cut off by a silver screenplay that can’t tell exposition from emotional-trigger boredom apart at all.

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U Turn (1997) – Oliver Stone

U Turn (1997) – Oliver Stone

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A big booty in the desert magnetically pulls sore strangers and their dry behavioural rage together to visit the normally closed off parts of hell.

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Death of Yugoslavia (1995) – BBC

Death of Yugoslavia (1995) – BBC

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A fresh and detailed Balkan-conflict account audio-visually narrated in such a perfect crew-cut way that´s bound to blow any Ken Burns away.

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This Must Be the Place (2011) – Paolo Sorrentino

This Must Be the Place (2011) – Paolo Sorrentino

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Despite sugar visuals and good Penn-manship this film strays all over the place with those unafraid to fly over an ocean of scrambled plots.

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Se7en (1995) – David Fincher

Se7en (1995) – David Fincher

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Tall, biblical thriller that out-of-the-box polishes and replenishes audiovisual standards up to a stern point of absurdity where nothing ends before pain.

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Saturday Night Wrist (2006) – Deftones

Saturday Night Wrist (2006) – Deftones

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Lyrical metal trip divining its way through inventive twists & shouts in the darkest of pink clouds in a self-medicated ward in the sky.

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Taxi Driver (1976) – Martin Scorsese

Taxi Driver (1976) – Martin Scorsese

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“Morbid self-attention” won’t get you to revenge the world against what’s wrongly dark and seldom slightly right. “Don‘t you want to make it, mister?”

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Oldboy (2003) – Chan-wook Park

Oldboy (2003) – Chan-wook Park

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Complex hard-watch that feels like a nightmare Sake bar-brawl-beating loop with a heart-kicking pace that punches holes into every moral direction.

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Basic Instincts (1992) – Paul Verhoeven

Basic Instincts (1992) – Paul Verhoeven

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Classiest porn noir of the century with a truly horny Douglas who keeps the viewer interested after manually climaxing for the first couple of times.

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Spiderland (1991) – Slint

Spiderland (1991) – Slint

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Dry up to caustic but full of silver guts bravado and true no-nonsense resuscitation that domestically questions everything that´s drowning in its quarrel-lake.

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Million Dollar Hotel (2000) – Wim Wenders

Million Dollar Hotel (2000) – Wim Wenders

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A roman candle of crazy characters (most of which are no doubt stolen from nearby realities) in an overwrought romanticised dark comedy by bonehead Bono.

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Robert Paulsen – The Fight Club (1999)

Robert Paulsen – The Fight Club (1999)

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His name is Robert Paulsen and his tits are not as large as his wounded heart which bleeds loud & clear like testicular cancer does.

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Acidosis – Band Photo

Acidosis – Band Photo

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Three of them fucked prostitutes already. Two are on their way to their right-of-passage-overdose. The drummer studies hard to become an engineer.

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FFP2 NR Chinese Face Mask – Lidl

FFP2 NR Chinese Face Mask – Lidl

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For those who have ears a most unwelcome Chinese face mask that feels like making out with a Muppet inside of a sterilized hospital casket.

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Uncut Gems (2019) – Benny & Josh Safdie

Uncut Gems (2019) – Benny & Josh Safdie

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Punch-Drunk Love (2002) meets the Lincoln Lawyer (2011) with a pure Sandler as main stressing agent in a beautifully acted display of ugly characters.

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Rushmore (1998) – Wes Anderson

Rushmore (1998) – Wes Anderson

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Strongly-subtle dark comedy that can for days on end make one consistently laugh out loud at punch-line silences that stitch to the mind.

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Basquiat (1996) – Julian Schnabel

Basquiat (1996) – Julian Schnabel

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Talent-heavy (cast-wise) downer about a man who erases his own by hiding behind an embalming hype that far outlasts its allotted 15 minutes.

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2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) – Stanley Kubrick

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) – Stanley Kubrick

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Benchmark trip from a fantastic audio-visual realm that does not really clarify the slowly rotating Rubik´s Cube storyline that’s space-cold and trauma-like.

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The Virgin Suicides (1999) – Sofia Coppola

The Virgin Suicides (1999) – Sofia Coppola

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A clandestine teenage brothel run by hard loving parents who keep basking in God´s rain right where the moral crater seems to bleed the most.

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Mank (2020) – David Fincher

Mank (2020) – David Fincher

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Single most black & white modern period-film exquisitely monkey-grinding the royal Randolph hemp out of us with Reznor-sharp reel-changing monochromatic flair.

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Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) – Francis Ford Coppola

Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) – Francis Ford Coppola

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Not even partially dubious casting could jinx this blood-ruby of classy kitsch—carved out of morbid fascination and respect for the franchise´s original outputs.

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Bram Stoker’s Dracula: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1992) – Wojyciech Kilar

Bram Stoker’s Dracula: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1992) – Wojyciech Kilar

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It turns & churns its lyrical core longingly while secreting stringed beauty made fragile again and again by dramatic orchestral chords that rage with urge.

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12 Rules for Life (2018) – Jordan B. Peterson

12 Rules for Life (2018) – Jordan B. Peterson

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The patient himself must triage between a somewhat morally stiff and judgemental narrative and another one directed to the self that´s sympathetic and truly helpful.

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The Graduate (1968) – Mike Nichols

The Graduate (1968) – Mike Nichols

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With youth one can hide from adulthood either by extending it or revisiting…but to escape it entirely, however: one has to try much harder.

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The Graduate (1968) – Simon & Garfunkel

The Graduate (1968) – Simon & Garfunkel

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Lukewarm ghostly at its wide-open churchy heart when not abruptly peacocking itself up with old lascivious grown-up lustre from nighttimes gone clandestinely wild.

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Bronson (2008) – Nicolas Winding Refn

Bronson (2008) – Nicolas Winding Refn

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Precious stone of modern independent cinema and character study “par excellence.” Hysterical, ballistic and mordantly fulminant. A truly stimulating example for period-films to come.

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Forever Becoming (2019 Remaster) – Pelican

Forever Becoming (2019 Remaster) – Pelican

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The nicely hooded underground of a metallurgic engine compiled by four instrumental members who are fast in repeating themselves well in aggressive shoulder-patting patterns.

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Black Frost (2019) – Nailed to Obscurity

Black Frost (2019) – Nailed to Obscurity

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Cool-covered dark matter album that pulsates with rhyming drums while guitars bend long and calm together between clear-gutter vocals in tension-releasing punctuation.

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Lords of Dogtown (2005) – Catherine Hardwicke

Lords of Dogtown (2005) – Catherine Hardwicke

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The original sparks that supernova-ed a whole industry that ludicrously although successfully reinvented both the wheel and how to become a music-free rockstar.

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Maynard James Keenan (2020) – Joe Rogan Experience #1553

Maynard James Keenan (2020) – Joe Rogan Experience #1553

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Pair of big shots talking shit on modern radio like normal while acting like they don´t actually put their pants two legs at a time.

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One Hour Photo (2002) – Mark Romanek

One Hour Photo (2002) – Mark Romanek

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Uneventful eye-thriller meant to box-office fail despite helpful bad intentions. A film about film itself that looks immaculate but does not communicate well.

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Tabasco Mosquito Commercial project (1998) – Tabasco

Tabasco Mosquito Commercial project (1998) – Tabasco

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Every TV commercial should be exactly this long and at least this fun not to just suck the blood out of our lifetime and cash.

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Bronson (2008) – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Bronson (2008) – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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Evocative beyond repair dividing itself up with a greased-up tug-of-war between old and classic—both morbidly bound together with techno-dramatic ambiances.

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Unmountable Stairs (2014) – Witchrider

Unmountable Stairs (2014) – Witchrider

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An indirect-listening that can beautifully rock just so long as one does not pay too much attention. A promising commercial knockoff-band that’s decent.

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Mid90s (2018) – Jonah Hill

Mid90s (2018) – Jonah Hill

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Profound motion picture of short stature that proves itself large by showing with stunning, sympathetic sharpness how a pre-adolescent masochist jumps into intentional idiocy.

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“Hereditary – Movie Review” (2018) – Chris Stuckmann

“Hereditary – Movie Review” (2018) – Chris Stuckmann

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“Hey, you guys: me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me. This movie is about me.”

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Hereditary (Original Soundtrack Album) – Colin Stetson

Hereditary (Original Soundtrack Album) – Colin Stetson

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Rich and nerve-ended with high contrasts that slow-blend without wood, wind or ecclesiastical resistance underlining sudden silences the way jump-scare noises should.

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Hereditary (2018) – Ari Aster

Hereditary (2018) – Ari Aster

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Childhood-scary, sating and harrowingly haunting. It bends the mind in all directions while stiffing the body with soul-breaking terror that is just awesome.

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“Spaceship Bedroom Ambiance – Sleeping Quarter Stargazer (White Noise ASMR, Relaxation)” (2016)- The ASMR Geek

“Spaceship Bedroom Ambiance – Sleeping Quarter Stargazer (White Noise ASMR, Relaxation)” (2016)- The ASMR Geek

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Nerdy visuals and title aside this “autonomous sensory meridian response” video does reliably replay the perfect soundtrack for the thought-turbulent mind looking for clarity.

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Down on the Upside  (1996) – Soundgarden

Down on the Upside (1996) – Soundgarden

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Taut-tight effort from an established career-place where drums relentlessly support a steel-stringed trampoline for the instrumental human-voice to jump around ranges.

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Geneva (2009) – Russian Circles

Geneva (2009) – Russian Circles

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A sand-box full of metal pellets that get strained out by the end of an album which cauterises all wounds in instrumental song-form.

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John Carpenter´s Halloween (2017) – Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross

John Carpenter´s Halloween (2017) – Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross

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Popular-music covers tend to work their best when close to source material spawning thusly fresh spokes instead of an almost always shittier new wheel.

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Vistār (2019)- Amotik

Vistār (2019)- Amotik

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Bass based arachno-rythmic techno stylings from Berlin that heavily drum the ear as a last vibration-stop coming from the rich underground shaking below.

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Matthew McConaughey (2020)- Joe Rogan Experience #1552

Matthew McConaughey (2020)- Joe Rogan Experience #1552

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Everything more than just “alright, alright, alright” for the first hour up until religion and Huston, Texas are brought up as buzz-killing subjects respectively.

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“Mantra” (2013) Sound City – Real to Reel

“Mantra” (2013) Sound City – Real to Reel

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The slow turning sonic framework of experienced formulas firming each other up in mature cooperation. A compound-track that for once does not sound condescending.

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Becoming X (1996) – Sneaker Pimps

Becoming X (1996) – Sneaker Pimps

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Good bad-girl song-set that studiedly teases the strung-out listener with a sensually anaesthetic voice that slides gently while burning with revengeful lyrics.

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Dazed and Confused (1993) – Richard Linklater

Dazed and Confused (1993) – Richard Linklater

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Time-honored period-film that simply and independently pulls off a believable vintage-vibe by bringing out big nuances out of very small-town things.

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Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (2020) – Jason Woliner

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (2020) – Jason Woliner

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Might be the worst sequel “ever to happen to a man or jew”, but its raunchy, manipulative heart still points generously in the right direction.

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Euphoria Morning (1999) – Chris Cornell

Euphoria Morning (1999) – Chris Cornell

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It sifts true, strong emotions through the punitive barriers of commercial expectancy—afloat from the then gouged-out Grounge that originally propelled this fallen angel.

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In the Aeroplane Over the Sea (1998) – Neutral Milk Hotel

In the Aeroplane Over the Sea (1998) – Neutral Milk Hotel

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Upbeat melancholy raft-ride that´s full of genuine quirkiness and maritime-saltiness that feels bittersweet and soberly sad. Trumpeting ever so slightly while floating around.

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Circumambulation (2013) – True Widow

Circumambulation (2013) – True Widow

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Deep, directional bass-foundation that hunters & gathers multiple singing flavors while firmly but timidly fermenting basically the same rhythm with the warmest of distortions.

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Black Celebration (1986) – Depeche Mode

Black Celebration (1986) – Depeche Mode

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Death is on the air mainlining darkness into the mainstream through a polyphonic set of prodigious sounds and patterns that gracefully stumble out of adolescence.

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Child Soldier: Creator of God (2020) – Greg Puciato

Child Soldier: Creator of God (2020) – Greg Puciato

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Transgressive-coersive effort that industrially scatters itself all over the place, deep-synthetizing just about anything standing its way while a versatile Sam Kinison sings.

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Bcd-2 (2008) – Basic Channel

Bcd-2 (2008) – Basic Channel

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Intense sounds and rhythms that are like feeling the beating pulse of several types of factory machines at work with a subwoofer-ed up stethoscope.

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Beasts of No Nation (2015) – Cary Joji Fukunaga

Beasts of No Nation (2015) – Cary Joji Fukunaga

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The automatic acid rain that comes with being a voiceless victim with no other choice but gravitational travesty. A perspective-enforcing film of monumental caliber.

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Memento (2000) – Chris Nolan

Memento (2000) – Chris Nolan

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Circular uphill post-amnesiac ride that prints itself out both in color and black & white while each new layer diagonally help us to remember.

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Holy Roller – Spiritbox

Holy Roller – Spiritbox

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Excellent low-budget music video self-presentation that further & heavily exploits its innate-tentional limitations by adding a wonderful found-footage vibe to itself.

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The Pandemic Special (2020) – South Park

The Pandemic Special (2020) – South Park

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Only a real life pandemic-craze of biblical proportions could stop the world long and deeply enough to let South Park truly be funny again.

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Neuroteque (2019) – Juggernaut

Neuroteque (2019) – Juggernaut

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Short-butt, sweet-finger confetti that is sophisticatedly picking and plucking metal-stringed incantations that punch the spreading-ear into transporting rhythms that grow vast.

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Ghosts V: Together (2020) – Nine Inch Nails

Ghosts V: Together (2020) – Nine Inch Nails

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Merely and really the mono-thematic ghost of the former “Ghosts I-IV” (2008) album. Diluted while stringed together by ludicrous cries for emotional positivity.

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Guidance (2016) – Russian Circles

Guidance (2016) – Russian Circles

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An instru-metal journey that positively both ascends and descends with heavy ease while knitting mind-deserts that stay tarp-ed under a sepia sky.

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The Piano (1993) – Jane Campion

The Piano (1993) – Jane Campion

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Kurt Cobain´s last watched film: kiwi period piece that is really about prostitution rather than repressed passions juicing through the colourful cracks of dark colonialism.

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Seventeen Seconds (1980) – The Cure

Seventeen Seconds (1980) – The Cure

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Remarkable techno-pop depth coming from an age-old youngblood with a voice that never changed and a background that should have stayed this pure.

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Station (2008) – Russian Circles

Station (2008) – Russian Circles

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The strict beauty of synchronised flight of heart & mind held together by sound in tragic camaraderie. Picking through the riffs of death & decency.

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Midsommar (2019) – Ari Aster

Midsommar (2019) – Ari Aster

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Cliches are nothing but dosed up bait in an artistic horror film of compensatory length that lightens up instead of darken while blooming us away.

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What This Is

What This Is

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Self-policing pain in the ass by design that’s addictive once text-fire gets caught and used to burn the bullshit we all carry around.

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Hürtgenwald – NRW, Germany

Hürtgenwald – NRW, Germany

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The sensory intensity that’s felt through the uncontrolled reactions of those who ancestrally better feel what the terror of such approaching nighttime could be like.

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Blueprint for Armageddon – Dan Carlin

Blueprint for Armageddon – Dan Carlin

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A modern radio show that is definitely worth a dollar and however many sacrificial hours of lifetime this gentleman-and-a-scholar demands from us.

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Get the Sound-Musikhaus – Lichtenberg, Berlin

Get the Sound-Musikhaus – Lichtenberg, Berlin

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Uta, the cool saleslady in charge was not only intelligently unobtrusive, but went out of her way to bring us the instrument herself after-hours.

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Yamaha Arius S34 B

Yamaha Arius S34 B

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Unpretentiously elegant, distraction-free electric piano that plays the role of a servant rather than an ivory tower one has to climb up and worship.

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Opium

Opium

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Easier to procure in western Europe than a proper tradional pipe which would prevent overdosing on desperate consumption measures after failing to get famously high.

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Acid for the Children (2019) – Flea

Acid for the Children (2019) – Flea

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The audio form of this book never flees aways from emotional attachment while the author reads his own words with out-louding choked-up laughter.

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Hof Hauptbahnhof – Hof, Germany

Hof Hauptbahnhof – Hof, Germany

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Single most depressing Bavarian train station that sits strongly still, endorphin-free but not majesty-deprived. It reproaches itself with agonizing ghost-town building ferocity.

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To You Don – October 25, 2019

To You Don – October 25, 2019

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Pride doesn´t let me be anymore, I’ve wasted enough life with mine.

I’m calling you. Feel free to fume because I’m letting my shit go.

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German Sülze – First Time Tasting

German Sülze – First Time Tasting

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Very few acquired culinary tastes can act so quickly on a mind sitting close to an open stomach that awaits patiently in gelatinous timeless amber.

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Berliner ZOB (Central Bus Station) – Berlin, Germany

Berliner ZOB (Central Bus Station) – Berlin, Germany

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They kick you when you´re down and they Flix you when you feel dumb-enough already. A central hub that denies kindness to anybody within.

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The Irishman (2019) – Martin Scorsese

The Irishman (2019) – Martin Scorsese

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Crème de la crème of a celebrated lifetime of Midnight Espressos that cinematically pushes every right Benjamin-Button with medically accurate gore and passive wrath.

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The Meaning of Life

The Meaning of Life

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To spread itself beyond everything that‘s false and half-done, like ego itself which is nothing more than a joke on the slowest among us.

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Oliver James – Electric Toothbrush

Oliver James – Electric Toothbrush

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What could go wrong at 40.000 vibrations per minute? Nothing at all so far but the feeling of guilt for not having used this before.

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Gladiator (2000) – Ridley Scott

Gladiator (2000) – Ridley Scott

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Twist-less crowd winner that Hellraises Oliver’s lion-faced redemption out of bloodied vistas like a fat Phoenix that Reeds of condescending soundtracks and cutting.

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Colosseum – Rome, Italy

Colosseum – Rome, Italy

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Entertained? Sure: I couldn’t possibly be more inter-stained by the thick glory of a 2000-year old ruin that drools dreams of dormant brawls.

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Simply Market – Rome, Italy

Simply Market – Rome, Italy

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Simply & sickly bereft. Zombie apocalypse jokes? Simple to make from the outside, but no doubt a nightmare for those gladiators about to be engulfed.

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Squisito Cook – Rome, Italy

Squisito Cook – Rome, Italy

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In the shadow of the valley of shit: mannerless gouching of tourist-gore that kills all buzzes from all over the world. Shame in you.

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Rauch Bakery – Berlin, Germany

Rauch Bakery – Berlin, Germany

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Stressed-out little man whole-wheat sandwiched between two strong ladies who sport tattoos and run the show where the thickest sausages vanish always early.

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Happiness in Slavery (1994) – Nine Inch Nails

Happiness in Slavery (1994) – Nine Inch Nails

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I get the feeling that back then it would be weird not to break your instruments on stage so one just had to do it.

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Rosa Luxemburg & Karl Liebknecht 101-Year Memorial March (1.11.20) – Berlin, Germany

Rosa Luxemburg & Karl Liebknecht 101-Year Memorial March (1.11.20) – Berlin, Germany

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A very eager but meager chanting crowd for such a clear winter day in which manifested mantras were encased by a comically large police force.

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Freebase N,N-Dimethyltryptamine (DMT)

Freebase N,N-Dimethyltryptamine (DMT)

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Colorful perception-ride that feels bittersweet but too short despite all the promise and self-advertising. One’s guts keep being tested even after repeated use.

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El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie (2019) – Vince Gilligan

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie (2019) – Vince Gilligan

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A pastrie-bone of an off-spinning movie for those nostalgic fans who for years waited long between seasons. A cultural phenomenon that gives back.

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Night Walk – Johnny M

Night Walk – Johnny M

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Surprisingly effective rhythmic assembly line by the Joseph Haydn of techno music. It slowly grows solid into the listener’s headspace until the promised “deep” arrives.

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Thursday (1998) – Skip Woods

Thursday (1998) – Skip Woods

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Brightly lit indie truffle full of good dialog with intimately framed characters who are strong in blood and flavor including the most fatal femme fatale.

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Johann Sebastian Bach

Johann Sebastian Bach

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Few people truly dig his musical stylings. Most who try succeed only in short spurts while finding him dry like he’s a sandwich without spread.

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Martin‘s Vertical Video Bourrée

Martin‘s Vertical Video Bourrée

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Love the finger-ending and visual setup with Donald Duck and J. S. B. Somehow you’ve made the first vertical video that doesn’t look wrong.

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Robert  Downey Jr. – Joe Rogan Experience #1411

Robert Downey Jr. – Joe Rogan Experience #1411

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What makes this interview between these two public strangers stand out is that no one in it is either acting out nor being played with.

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Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney

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The core of the whole Paul Mccartney problem is that he’s been sober his whole life and didn’t die when the cosmic timing was right.

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Swedish Females

Swedish Females

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Cream-petaled dreams of carnality one respectfully drowns into with every nerve-ending never ceasing to embrace the luxurious pain of lust and unavoidable longing.

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Leaving Las Vegas (1995) – Mike Figgis

Leaving Las Vegas (1995) – Mike Figgis

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Shue deeps her toes into cinematic greatness in an emotionally productive codependent-relationship with a very fine Nicolas Cage who gently escorts her around hell.

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Creepshow 2 (1987) – Michael Gornick

Creepshow 2 (1987) – Michael Gornick

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Good times horror flick for the underworld-savvy Rock ’n’ Roll pre-teen that has a gluttonous taste for graphically warned sex and the macabre.

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Gangster No. 1 (2000) – Paul McGuigan

Gangster No. 1 (2000) – Paul McGuigan

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Get yourself kitted out proper with an invisible rope around your bird´s neck until you´re cuffed. Don’t hate the player but love the bloody game.

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1939 Vincent HRD Series A Rapide – Jay Leno´s Garage (2015 – )

1939 Vincent HRD Series A Rapide – Jay Leno´s Garage (2015 – )

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Takes a good forty miles to warm up a Vincent, but it took Jay Leno only ten minutes to carburet my child-soul with charm.

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Defining the Future

Defining the Future

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The Future: a creative room that’s sacredly cemented in every present that you own inside. Real is what you want, not what knocks you down.

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333: Justin Roiland – Duncan Trussell Family Hour

333: Justin Roiland – Duncan Trussell Family Hour

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An existential audio interview that multiverses itself inwards & outwards while serving the man behind the cartoon-mask well into being his own private self.

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Spun (2002) – Jonas Åkerlund

Spun (2002) – Jonas Åkerlund

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A deliberately over-edited character-carousel colorfully whirling around all kinds of wild trailer-trash debauchery with the ruminating impatience of a coked-up policeman.

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David Lee Roth (2019) – Joe Rogan Experience #1256

David Lee Roth (2019) – Joe Rogan Experience #1256

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The Robbin Williams of aging rock & roll douchebags with enough acid juice to rise and fall a room full of medieval nuns into rebellion.

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GBL: Gamma-Butyrolactone (Liquid Ecstasy)

GBL: Gamma-Butyrolactone (Liquid Ecstasy)

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Good things should taste bad out of counterweight and pride, unlike this bitter liquid letdown whose buzz justifies no small amount of self-roofied vomiting.

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Break on Through to the Paranoid Side – Black Doors

Break on Through to the Paranoid Side – Black Doors

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Not just basically Danzig (as youtuber “Naykat” so cleverly commented), but what Glenn Danzig should sound like and what his wet-dreams surely are like.

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Pet Sematary (1989) – Cage Creed

Pet Sematary (1989) – Cage Creed

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A bright flame of a thespian toddler that thanks to the divine intervention of editing can do no wrong when melting the Arriflex lenses away.

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Cape Fear (1991) – Martin Scorsese

Cape Fear (1991) – Martin Scorsese

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Never underestimate the pain resolutions of those who’ve have been wronged by you. A cautionary moral mortality story in which everybody loses and were entertained.

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Pet Sematary (1989) – Victor Pascow

Pet Sematary (1989) – Victor Pascow

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A very gruesome but friendly ghost the way Casper was meant to be but failed miserably due to its punch-me-in-the-face tenderness.

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Pet Sematary (1989) – Louis Creed

Pet Sematary (1989) – Louis Creed

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The pater familias and owner of the Norman Rockwell house by the side of the road-rope noosing around his trophy house-wife and kids.

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Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) – Terry Gilliam (Coincidental iTunes 25-WR by Gixxer k4)

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) – Terry Gilliam (Coincidental iTunes 25-WR by Gixxer k4)

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“Geiler Film hab mich tot gelacht als ich den zum ersten Mal gesehen habe. Ich will dir doch nur ein Z in die Stirn ritzen.”

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Get the Gringo (2012) – Adrian Grünberg (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

Get the Gringo (2012) – Adrian Grünberg (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“A career criminal nabbed by Mexican authorities is placed in a tough prison where he learns to survive with the help of a young boy.”

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Buffalo ’66 (1998) – Vincent Gallo

Buffalo ’66 (1998) – Vincent Gallo

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All romantic comedies should be independent passion projects by law, the breaking of which should be punished by force feeding the perpetrator with commercial crap.

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North by Northwest (1959) – Bernard Herrmann

North by Northwest (1959) – Bernard Herrmann

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A paranoid soundtrack that feels followed by an invisible group of listeners in every escaping note as it pushes itself back into in curious desperation.

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Gia (1998) – Michael Cristofer

Gia (1998) – Michael Cristofer

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Being hot and wanted worked the opposite way inside the self-repelling time bomb that Gia Carangi really was. A flawlessly executed plead for caution.

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The Others (2001) – Alejandro Amenábar

The Others (2001) – Alejandro Amenábar

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Intense beauty and fear holding hands in the permanent protection of a broken family that is full of love for one another in macabre ignorance.

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Neues Ufer – Berlin, Germany

Neues Ufer – Berlin, Germany

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The revamped cafe near David Bowie‘s apartment where Iggy Pop and himself used to hang out at a time when English wasn’t the main language.

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All That Jazz (1979) – Bob Fosse

All That Jazz (1979) – Bob Fosse

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Solipsistic Jizz-jerk that feels sorry for itself with a smile we all share in the gluttonous glitter surrounding our every longing delusion of danger.

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The Wizard of Oz (1939) – Victor Fleming

The Wizard of Oz (1939) – Victor Fleming

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The Johann Sebastian Bach of relevant children films from an era in which intense fear and wonder was grafted onto them for their own good.

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About Schmidt (2002) – Alexander Payne (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

About Schmidt (2002) – Alexander Payne (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“A man upon retirement, embarks on a journey to his estranged daughter’s wedding, only to discover more about himself and life than he ever expected.”

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Leaving Las Vegas (1995) -Mike Figgis

Leaving Las Vegas (1995) -Mike Figgis

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Suicide is not painless, and drinking yourself to death has got to be one of the worst ways to check out of this world affair.

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Canadian Winter Socks

Canadian Winter Socks

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Bled-dry like identical twins that were wrapped in air-sealed vellum in a mountain-core made with fraternal warmth in intention rather than practice.

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To Die For (1995) – Gus Van Sant

To Die For (1995) – Gus Van Sant

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I’d die for her in a heartbeat, wouldn’t anybody? No. Nothing like a motion picture to illustrate the obsessive use of externally abusive internal agendas.

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The Good Son (1993) – Joseph Ruben

The Good Son (1993) – Joseph Ruben

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All gimmicks are truisms, and all truisms are true. A truly messed up kid portrayed as perfectly as a veteran Shakespearean hand playing a glove.

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Falling Down (1993) Movie Poster – Barry Ballaran

Falling Down (1993) Movie Poster – Barry Ballaran

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The film’s primal-level Anger & Fear in an illustrated nutshell that calls for another one focused on the personal-level A & F instead.

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Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping (2016) – Akiva Schaffer, Jorma Taccone (Coincidental Rotten Tomatoes 25-WR)

Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping (2016) – Akiva Schaffer, Jorma Taccone (Coincidental Rotten Tomatoes 25-WR)

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Never Stop Never Stopping updates the rock mockumentary for the 21st century mainstream — and hits many of its low-hanging targets with side-splitting impact.

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Falling Down (1993) – Prendergast

Falling Down (1993) – Prendergast

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An observant man who does not believe in the shutdown-retirement of duty and is blasphemed by the terrifying prospect of losing his existential stress.

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The Fat of the Land (1997) – The Prodigy

The Fat of the Land (1997) – The Prodigy

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The turning point for an underground project that successfully synched itself up to the pre-globalized world chaos around and churned its fears into butter.

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Invisible Dry Deodorant – Dove

Invisible Dry Deodorant – Dove

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Many ways to doubt in a world full of choices. Classic means not-boring and the scent coming out of this blunt weapon bores none.

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Here Now, There Then (2017) – Dool

Here Now, There Then (2017) – Dool

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Coronary album skidding straight into the spleen via female vocals that ring torching and down — cusps new dimensions that shift between fresh and nostalgic. Great.

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The People Under the Stairs (1991) – Wes Craven

The People Under the Stairs (1991) – Wes Craven

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Twin Peaks (1990-1991) meets the Shining (1980) during the well-manored, palm-treed night vision period of the Golf War. Sometimes in is out.

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Falling Down (1993) – Seedy Guy in Park

Falling Down (1993) – Seedy Guy in Park

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The epitome of the parasitical social sociopath and the dark behavioral counterpart of Seinfeld‘s (1989-1998) Kramer if let loose in the park long enough.

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Falling Down (1993) – D-Fens

Falling Down (1993) – D-Fens

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A man walking in the hottest of days with a rainless cloud above his head one drop away from spilling blood all over the place.

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Röad Crew American Pale Ale – Camerons

Röad Crew American Pale Ale – Camerons

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Hoppy micro-brewery beer with a macro-price orgamastronically bottled up in ergonomic glass that feels like holding a ticket to an Umlaut-Metal concert.

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Březňák Pils – Czech Beer

Březňák Pils – Czech Beer

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Czech beer is the gateway to all voluntary trouble like this sinister looking man glaring back while waiting for the slipped roofie to take effect.

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Holsten Pilsener – German Beer

Holsten Pilsener – German Beer

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The slightly bitter taste of cold, windy summer days at sea under a sunshine that squints the eyes and gently burns the brow with stupor.

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Oettinger Export – German Beer

Oettinger Export – German Beer

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Oettinger Export and its dreaded social stigma that can only be remedied by complete geographical self-removal and taking a quick swim in international waters.

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Get the Gringo (2012) – Adrian Grünberg

Get the Gringo (2012) – Adrian Grünberg

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Efficiently entertaining action comedy build around Mel Gibson’s bullseye charm with which both his personal and crew effectiveness are borderline groundbreaking at a snappy pace.

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Pet Sematary (1989) – Mary Lambert

Pet Sematary (1989) – Mary Lambert

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Creepy-ass piece of horror in the time-honored “Sacred Burial Ground” tradition—notable members not exceeding the number of fingers in a monkey’s paw.

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Meeting with Isak

Meeting with Isak

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He came and went like a whisperingly pensive Scandinavian comet, that every few years slow-burns the sky without judgment. An inversed pizza delivery-man.

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Amphetamine Powder “Speed”

Amphetamine Powder “Speed”

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Cheap, powerful stimulant that manually overdrives initiative with benevolent side effects. The better of two evils when chosen over the AC/DC of drugs: cocaine…

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Twenty-Five 25-WR Bits/Day for 25 Days Rite-of-Passage Challenge – Day 2

Twenty-Five 25-WR Bits/Day for 25 Days Rite-of-Passage Challenge – Day 2

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Completed Day 2 of the challenge this morning instead of last night (wrote 21 yesterday), which means I will reset the counter and start over.

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Twenty-Five 25-WR Bits/Day for 25 Days Rite-of-Passage Challenge – Day 1

Twenty-Five 25-WR Bits/Day for 25 Days Rite-of-Passage Challenge – Day 1

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The truth is in the pudding and after ten failed attempts today´s pudding is confirmed as real. Twenty-four more days to go. Big challenge.

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The Weight of Memory (March 1973 – Onward) The Vietnam War: 01×10 – Kenn Burns & Lynn Novack

The Weight of Memory (March 1973 – Onward) The Vietnam War: 01×10 – Kenn Burns & Lynn Novack

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The White Christmas nightmare ending of a 30-year war that ironically led to Vietnam´s own “Vietnam”—and the final episode of this historical masterpiece.

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A Disrespectful Loyalty (May 1970-March 1973) The Vietnam War (2017): 01×09 – Kenn Burns & Lynn Novick

A Disrespectful Loyalty (May 1970-March 1973) The Vietnam War (2017): 01×09 – Kenn Burns & Lynn Novick

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Oft-repeated bravery tends to lose its influence, but sacrificing one’s blood-earned trophies while Death keeps girding the biggest nothing in history does not.

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The History of the World (April 1969-May 1970) The Vietnam War (2017): 01×08 – Kenn Burns & Lynn Novick

The History of the World (April 1969-May 1970) The Vietnam War (2017): 01×08 – Kenn Burns & Lynn Novick

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Life preservation bears the brunt of an honor that stutters. All parents must be killed in order to break free from a Vietnamised Nixonian low.

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The Veneer of Civilization (June 1968-May 1969) The Vietnam War (2017): 01×07 – Kenn Burns & Lynn Novick

The Veneer of Civilization (June 1968-May 1969) The Vietnam War (2017): 01×07 – Kenn Burns & Lynn Novick

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The shit-sandwich has gotten big enough to feed everyone not hungry twice—but Nixon, Kissinger and the Saigon cowboys are all doing just fine.

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Twenty-Five Word Reviews a Day for Twenty-Five Days Challenge – Day 2

Twenty-Five Word Reviews a Day for Twenty-Five Days Challenge – Day 2

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I find writing the 25-Word Review text itself not nearly as ball-breaking as it used to be but the formatting still takes long.

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It Follows (2014) – David Robert Mitchell

It Follows (2014) – David Robert Mitchell

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A perfectly lighted, both gently scripted and edited Neo-Classical 80´s AIDS epidemic horror-metaphor that takes place in ghostly Detroit made by John Hughes.

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The Cable Guy (1996) – Ben Stiller (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

The Cable Guy (1996) – Ben Stiller (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“A lonely and mentally disturbed cable guy raised on television just wants a new friend, but his target, a designer, rejects him, with bad consequences.”

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Lost Highway (1997) – David Lynch (Coincidental 25-WR by David Sterritt from the Christian Science Monitor)

Lost Highway (1997) – David Lynch (Coincidental 25-WR by David Sterritt from the Christian Science Monitor)

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“The film actually deserves four stars for its imaginative style and astonishing suspense, zero stars for its shameless exploitation of violent shocks and loveless sensuality.”

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Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) – Francis Ford Coppola (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) – Francis Ford Coppola (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“The centuries old vampire Count Dracula comes to England to seduce his barrister Jonathan Harker’s fiancée Mina Murray and inflict havoc in the foreign land.”

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Trainspotting (1996) – Danny Boyle (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

Trainspotting (1996) – Danny Boyle (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“Renton, deeply immersed in the Edinburgh drug scene, tries to clean up and get out, despite the allure of the drugs and influence of friends.”

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Born Villain (2012) – Marilyn Manson

Born Villain (2012) – Marilyn Manson

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It almost reaches a we-might-have-to-shoot-old-yeller situation. A chorus of mercenary yes-men amplifying one hell of a midlife crisis.

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The High End of the Low (2009) – Marilyn Manson

The High End of the Low (2009) – Marilyn Manson

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Wish good luck to those thinking themselves unbiased enough to see this ordeal through. The equivalent of the Simpsons after Season 10. Needs a Futurama.

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Eat Me, Drink Me (2007) – Marilyn Manson

Eat Me, Drink Me (2007) – Marilyn Manson

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Fantastic rock music with ballads that remind of the “Fundamentally Loathsome” days. Subject matter goes down the shit-rabbit hole when ego takes over, though.

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The Golden Age of Grotesque (2003) – Marilyn Manson

The Golden Age of Grotesque (2003) – Marilyn Manson

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The Spooky Kids reanimated and back to their cartoon-interlaced world—only this time laid, with a budget, panache and rap-defying density of words.

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The Ren & Stimpy Show (1991-1996)

The Ren & Stimpy Show (1991-1996)

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Pioneering-gross, weird and wonderful. Perfect for adults who grew up with Tom & Jerry, Tex Avery, Film Noir, the Rat Pack and classical music.

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Lidl Supermarkets

Lidl Supermarkets

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Good ole’ “Lidl” and their hit-and-miss product outbursts. Like a sacred cow, one dares not to touch it when a munchies wave arrives.

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36 ROOMS Hostel – Berlin

36 ROOMS Hostel – Berlin

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Orbiting Berlin‘s drugstore par excellence: the Görlitzer; this elevator-less marriage of dirt and incompetence is nocturnally punctured by bell-ringing lost souls lurking outside.

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Idi i smotri/Come and See (1985) -Elem Klimov (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

Idi i smotri/Come and See (1985) -Elem Klimov (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“After finding an old rifle, a young boy joins the Soviet resistance movement against ruthless German forces and experiences the horrors of World War II.”

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This is What We Do (July-December 1967)The Vietnam War (2017): 01×05 – Kenn Burns & Lynn Novick

This is What We Do (July-December 1967)The Vietnam War (2017): 01×05 – Kenn Burns & Lynn Novick

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A war with no front is a body-count war that can only be won after the crossover point of dehumanization that Stalin-statistics promise.

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Twenty-Five Word Reviews a Day for Twenty-Five Days Challenge – Day 1

Twenty-Five Word Reviews a Day for Twenty-Five Days Challenge – Day 1

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The truth-telling pudding is back in the now still latent new past of today´s hours. Back on track after losing count on failed attempts.

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The Blair Witch Project (1999) – Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sánchez (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

The Blair Witch Project (1999) – Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sánchez (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“Three film students vanish after traveling into a Maryland forest to film a documentary on the local Blair Witch legend, leaving only their footage behind.”

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Resolve (January 1966-June 1967) The Vietnam War (2017): 01×04 – Kenn Burns & Lynn Novick

Resolve (January 1966-June 1967) The Vietnam War (2017): 01×04 – Kenn Burns & Lynn Novick

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There is no point in wondering if your son has fallen face down in the bony lunar dust or not: they will let you know.

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Pet Sematary (1989) – Ellie Creed

Pet Sematary (1989) – Ellie Creed

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There’s something really naturally annoying about this child-actress’s performance that made her perfect for the part as one sides automatically with her brother instead.

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Mandy’s – Berlin

Mandy’s – Berlin

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Good impressions can only last so far. A proud example of how vast a legal grey area can be. Opportunism shines. Lamps are great, though.

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Pet Sematary (1989) – Churchill

Pet Sematary (1989) – Churchill

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There are some really interesting developments in this blue Russian cat’s character, the kind of revealing behavioral changes that are normally reserved to humans exclusively.

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Dead Man (1995) – Jim Jarmusch

Dead Man (1995) – Jim Jarmusch

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A magic potion picture film that blatantly discriminates color and is heavy and greasy to the touch with high-contrasting characters gunned out of lead.

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What About Bob? (1991) – Frank Oz

What About Bob? (1991) – Frank Oz

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Hey, don´t hassle Bob, he´s alright and local. Hassle yourself into a new reality instead, because the one you know does does not apply anymore.

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Holy Wood (2000)- Marilyn Manson

Holy Wood (2000)- Marilyn Manson

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Not disposable, but dispersed and gold-rushed. Has a sober motor under its political rib cage but it´s flooded with hubris and bad storms head.

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Da hong deng long gao gao gua/Raise the Red Lantern (1991) –  Yimou Zhang (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

Da hong deng long gao gao gua/Raise the Red Lantern (1991) – Yimou Zhang (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“A young woman becomes the fourth wife of a wealthy lord, and must learn to live with the strict rules and tensions within the household.”

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Berghain XTC

Berghain XTC

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Very quaint choice for the non-dancing metalhead du jour and a behavioral challenge that parallels navy seal boot camp with a drill-instructing thirst.

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Sunday (1998) – Harmony Korine

Sunday (1998) – Harmony Korine

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Just like with football stadiums and length, Culkin himself has become an unofficial time-measurement unit for those who´ve witnessed him grow up on screen.

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The Thin Red Line (1998) – Terrence Malick

The Thin Red Line (1998) – Terrence Malick

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With crew, cut, script, cast and sound of high enough caliber can this force of nature celluloid projectile blow up any line to kingdom come.

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David Goggins (2018) – Joe Rogan Experience #1080

David Goggins (2018) – Joe Rogan Experience #1080

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There´s greatness on the other side of suffering. The necessary pain leading to success is a finite pain and it will inexorably reinforce your pride.

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Dortmund, Germany

Dortmund, Germany

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A seemingly hostel-less human-host of an eldritch character-town that insists in chaperoning at the bullfighting-Hauptbahnhof. All thick with bible pushing patterns.

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Tideland (2005) – Terry Gilliam (Coindidental IMDB 25-WR)

Tideland (2005) – Terry Gilliam (Coindidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“Because of the actions of her irresponsible parents, a young girl is left alone on a decrepit country estate and survives inside her fantastic imagination.”

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Pet Sematary (1989) – Rachel Creed

Pet Sematary (1989) – Rachel Creed

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A short-haired, fair-skinned maternal beauty carrying a black hole of trauma as heavy as cement-dipped sumo wrestlers fighting in a sinking ship.

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Rio Bravo (1959) – Howard Hawks

Rio Bravo (1959) – Howard Hawks

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A Western with an afterparty feel to it that lacks nothing but is in no hurry to get anywhere fast and that works perfectly somehow.

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Journals (2002) –  Kurt Cobain

Journals (2002) – Kurt Cobain

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A very intimate peak into the soul of a young man dealing with the disappointment of having his bliss blown out in front of everyone.

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Tyskie Pils – Polish Beer

Tyskie Pils – Polish Beer

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Good ole´ Polish “Piwo” and its aggressive edge full of complex tests for strength of build and character coming out of an engrained cheerful bitterness.

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Mandy (2018) – Part I: The Shadow Mountains 1983 A. D

Mandy (2018) – Part I: The Shadow Mountains 1983 A. D

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Real love in the hearts of good people who find themselves in the heart of 44 misty mountains being knock-knocked by a heartless world.

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Casino (1995) – Martin Scorsese

Casino (1995) – Martin Scorsese

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Glorious continuation to the perfect film that Goodfellas (1987) already is, magnifying the produce from every technical artistic prowess displayed before into another real story.

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Goodfellas (1990) – Martin Scorsese

Goodfellas (1990) – Martin Scorsese

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Ask Johnny Two-Times how funny does he think this based-on-true-events mob movie is, and exactly how is it amusing and entertaining.

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Nil by Mouth (1997) – Gary Oldman

Nil by Mouth (1997) – Gary Oldman

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Brutalist approach to visually materializing an agonizing reality based on derision and Death-toned humanity. Never underestimate the darkness within a man behind his camera.

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The War Zone (1999) – Tim Roth

The War Zone (1999) – Tim Roth

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Tremendous downer that is no way shape or form meant to be pleasant—by one of the most charming and universally acclaimed actors out there.

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Love Liza (2002) – Todd Louiso

Love Liza (2002) – Todd Louiso

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Sometimes one needs to destruct the body to save the mind in sweet but most socially unacceptable escapism. The colorful roads away from matte black.

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The Tree of Life (2011) – Terrence Malick (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

The Tree of Life (2011) – Terrence Malick (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“The story of a family in Waco, Texas in 1956. The eldest son witnesses the loss of innocence and struggles with his parents’ conflicting teachings.”

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