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devilsadvocado

Michael Haneke masturbated to this film while Lars von Trier masturbated to Michael Haneke masturbating to this film.

Full disclosure: I was also masturbating.
4 years ago
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satisfythecrave

The film equivalent of hitting your funny bone on an awkward edge. Intense.
4 years 4 months ago
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maggidan

I felt like I was being violated in a nice way.
4 years 1 month ago
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Chris Chambers

A film in which Colin Farrell describes jerking off his father to a ten year-old.
3 years 12 months ago
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fonz

-The prequel to The Lobster that you didn't know you needed.

-If you can stomach the opening frame, you know damn well that this movie is for you.

-Colin Farrell solves trolley problem.

These are one-liners I came up with whilst letting Yorgos Lanthimos latest opus experience me.
4 years 2 months ago
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Nilsmedskills

fuck that daughter
4 years ago
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Nornd

A Greek Tragedy that looks like a remake of Shining.
4 years 2 months ago
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floatsuit

Why isn’t this in any top lists??
1 year 3 months ago
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Siskoid

Yorgos Lanthimos' The Killing of a Sacred Deer keeps you at a distance almost from the get-go, with oppressive camera work, grinding musique concrete, and performances purposefully devoid of emotion. Everything about it seems designed to make you apprehensive as you wonder what horrible truth lies beneath of its surface. ON the surface, this is an odd thriller about a heart surgeon who befriends the teenage son of a deceased patient, a relationship that will, through some kind of magical realism (look up the myth suggested by the title), give his family a strange illness. At one point, one character says "it's a metaphor", and it's true of the entire movie. Though re-contextualized as part of the film's plot, everything that happens has been cribbed from the symptoms of trauma - survivor's guilt, apathy, repression, walking on egg shells, not being able to get out of bed, worrying about one's health, self-harm, acting out sexually, loss of appetite, replacing the loved one rather desperately, tears, remodeling, showing up to the house with food, making excuses, playing the blame game, busy work, and so on, and so forth - or else is a symbol for it - lost mp3 players, watches that keep ticking deep underwater, open hearts and wounds... And while that's an interesting intellectual game, it does not lead to an emotional involvement, nor does the film's resolution feel all that satisfying. It isn't meant to. You swallow the heartache, and you move on, if not necessarily forward.
3 years 8 months ago
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Zeds Dead

Yet another (possibly his best) fantastically surrreal film by Yorgos Lanthimos. The camera work and music along with great performances, holds your attention and doesn't let go from beginning to end no matter how unsettling it gets.
3 years 9 months ago
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Emiam

4/5
SVT Play October 2021. Mysticism, unpredictability and excitement. Different. I liked it. Some may not like the end, maybe.
2 months ago
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Piratsvin

Weird and illogical movie.

I mean...who in their right mind would turn down Alicia Silverstone?
3 years 4 months ago
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misterderp

One hell of an AA campaign.
1 year 6 months ago
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acoltismypassport

Well...
3 years 11 months ago
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palefire

A cross between Saw and The Lobster
4 years ago

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