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Hickok (2017)
6 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

An average Western that includes big stars but not much else. The substance of the plot feels...lacking!

A Dog's Purpose
6 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

With an unusual story showing the point of view of a dog that gets reincarnated repeatedly, this heartwarming film should be watched by every pet-lover!

First They Killed My Father
8 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This cautionary tale of communist ideology taken too far should serve as a warning to today's generation. The film was just visceral and sticks to the truth of what happened in the disastrous Khmer Rouge regime...as told through the eyes of a former politician's child.

Captain Fantastic
8 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The film "Captain Fantastic" has proven that you don't need to add excessive, banal sexuality to spice up a film about an off-the-grid commune. The characters are all book-smart people who can have an intelligent discourse on politics or history while not knowing anything about big brands that have bombarded the rest of humanity. Other than the fact that this is a family drama, the talented fledgling actors who played the role of the children of Ben (Viggo Mortensen) also makes the film all the more interesting, especially when their innocence are juxtaposed with the vulgar display of 'capitalistic wealth' that is rampant everywhere when they go travel to attend their mother's funeral. I find this originality of the story, which has characters whose socio-political views are aligned to my own, intrinsically beautiful.

Allied (2016)
8 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A melodrama set in WW2, the film "Allied" is slow to build up its moments, but the unpredictable twist that comes in the latter half of the story complements its lack of action. The use of Casablanca and London as its locations, in addition to the attractive casts of Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard, also helped make this film very enjoyable to watch.