Never done one of these but I just read McCulloch v Maryland and that shit sucks my guys and girls so here's a write up on unrelated shit.
Actual last movie I watched:
Crazy fucking movie. Weirdly beautiful and insightful on being human/growing up and having our childhood curiosity beaten out of us as we get older. Pretty uncomfortable at times (which was the point, but still, fart jokes never really do it for me), but beautifully done overall. The music is all Paul Dano singing a capella arrangements in multiple parts with slow-buildy dramatic tendencies. The ending was weird and subverted a lot of the tropes that I thought the movie was gonna just handle like they usually are, which was nice. Overall really good and really weird, the Ween of movies so it gets a 9/10 for me
Movie I saw before this one but I wanna write about anyway:
Done by the same dude that did Boyhood (and School of Rock!), this movie is basically people having really in depth philosophical conversations with this one dude (or no one, or some other dude. Basically just people having philosophical conversations). The whole movie is rotoscoped, so it's filmed like a normal movie and then each frame is traced over, making this really weird fucking animation style, and then on top of that they do weird shit with it like making people entirely red, or have their heads change shape or whatever. Great movie to get blazed to and try to follow, don't worry if you don't understand who these people are referencing, or the big philosophy concepts they drop by name, there are concepts and ideas in here that everyone can grasp, and there were a ton of parts in this movie that I had very little idea what the fuck was being talked about and I studied philosophy for a little while (so I'm like an expert right?). Nice to just get you thinking about contrasting ideas (they cover most sides of major philosophical issues (I think)), and also ideas you flat out don't agree with at all. Overall super insightful and thought provoking if you're into that kinda shit. I give it an 8/10 because it's a lot to take in, maybe my score will change when I watch it again. Watch with a friend, and talk about this shit. Everyone can participate in philosophy