Stoker
United States of America (US), 2013, 98 minutes
Innocence Ends.
Stoker Synopsis

After India's father dies, her Uncle Charlie, who she never knew existed, comes to live with her and her unstable mother. She comes to suspect this mysterious, charming man has ulterior motives and becomes increasingly infatuated with him.

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Reviewed by MaeMaeDecena
STOKER is one of my favourite films! The twisted, morose events that leads to lunacy is so endearing and alluring. The characters were built to push insanity to normalcy in... more
STOKER is one of my favourite films! The twisted, morose events that leads to lunacy is so endearing and alluring. The characters were built to push insanity to normalcy in this film. This is one of those films that does not have impact on human growth and internal soul quenching, it was made for the sake of making art and crushing ideas; bringing emotions into life and making humans rethink societal roles and confromities that it has built for centuries. The sexual encounter is intoxicating, with its devious purpose and intentions, it awakens all the desires and vanquishes inhibitions that shackles our limitless minds.
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Reviewed by ClaudineC
This movie has a lot of elements that lured me in. It's a psychological thriller, Wentworth Miller's screenplay, the versatile Nicole Kidman, the ingenious Mia Wasikowska, the former rom-com leading... more
This movie has a lot of elements that lured me in. It's a psychological thriller, Wentworth Miller's screenplay, the versatile Nicole Kidman, the ingenious Mia Wasikowska, the former rom-com leading man, Matthew Goode and of course, Oldboy's Park Chan-Wook. As expected from Park Chan-Wook's style, the movie is filled with exquisitely shot  and emotionally disturbing scenes. This alone is worth the viewing. Add a dose of the ever adaptable Kidman, a mysterious Matthew Goode and a repressed Wasikowska, you got yourself a beautifully crafted thriller reminiscent of Hitchcock's films.
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