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The Midnight Gospel (2020)
Wonderfully animated and intriguing podcast disguised as a cartoon
This show is like an entire trip. With the amazing animation done by the people behind Adventure Time, to the amazing psychedelic color scheme, and the amazing mind bending adventures and conversations that Clancy has; it has it all, except a compelling plot. I love this show and its extremely deep and minding-stirring questions and theories, masked by a child-like animation style, it truly is a memorable experience. I would give it 10 stars if it had a compelling plot line, but each episode doesn't have a common denominator aside from the main character and the computer. It has a really interesting premise and amazing execution, it is just that each episode feels detached from the others. You only see some continuity between episodes, like the rose, but aside from that, you could watch this show in whatever order. Nonetheless, this show is a perfect, short watch while you are in quarantine undergoing an existential crisis. Definitely would recommend to anyone who enjoys getting high or enjoys pondering existence and its meaning.
The greatest action movie of all time
This is my favorite film of all time. Despite this film being an action classic, the action takes a backseat during most of the film for it to build the characters and relationship of Mathilda and Leon. You will feel uncomfortable at times, but you will still feel for these characters just as much. This film is an experience, it isn't a large scope like the modern day blockbusters. It is a film that is not slow, but takes time for it to develop its characters so in the end your heart is wrenched when Leon dies. Truly one of the most impactful character deaths in film I have ever seen. Then to see Mathilda, completely alone with no one in her life, go and plant his favorite plant into the ground to give it roots breaks my heart every time. This performances are phenomenal--Gary Oldman destroys this rule and is truly terrifying and off-putting. Jean Reno brings this amazing child-like and equally serious feel to the character of Leon that should be more widely recognized. Natalie Portman is amazing in this film and gave one of the greatest child performances of all time. I would recommend this film to anyone.