Nug, 2007 – ★★½

Indie Memento-esque short that starts an impressive career. Kudos to that. As a film, standalone, not so much. I’ve always found that ironically, the attention span issue holds for shorts more than features. source https://letterboxd.com/jun6lee/film/nug/

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Run, 2020 – ★★★

Atmospheric and creepy. Dwindled some towards the third act once the cat’s entirely out of the bag with the “Bad Guy Turns Stupid” writing trope. A worthy watch despite this. source https://letterboxd.com/jun6lee/film/run-2020/

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Attack, 2022 – ★★½

It takes a watered-down back story of Robocop to build a Captain America-like super-soldier to combat an Olympus Has Fallen level threat. That’s the plot level derivations, it continues at a macro level too. All that said, it was just fun enough for me to not hate on. source https://letterboxd.com/jun6lee/film/attack-2022/

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Blink, 2022 – ★★★½

This director definitely has the chops to do horror. Only time and opportunity will tell if he lands the serious artiste route or goes my preferrable campy entertainment way. All the best to him either way! source https://letterboxd.com/jun6lee/film/blink-2022/

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Dual, 2022 – ★★★½

In a word, fascinating. It revels in quirk, which won’t be for everyone, but works for the premise. It juices the possibilities not only in its visual telling but also in reversals of event expectations — that too clearly on a relatively small budget. — The upside-down STC framework is also a rare thing. A […]

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Memory, 2022 – ★★½

Enjoyed it more for the written craft and parts of it rather than the overall sum thereof. Had this not been known faces, perhaps it would have been less accessible but more impactful. I found this interesting. Liam with his particular set of skills comes with a certain set of expectations because of the brand […]

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