• Diogo Vale

    ★★★★ Watched by Diogo Vale 28 Jun, 2015

    After the subtlety of In The Mood For Love, Wong Kar-Wai drops the feels with 2046. It starts off great, but gradually becomes more and more tiresome, its plot progressively looking more like a soap opera. The direction is flawless and despite everything, there are still some fantastic moments towards the end of the film, but I can't help it to feel disappointed after the other two films of the trilogy being so good.


  • Sigmataf

    ★★ Added by Sigmataf

    πιο αργό κι από χελώνα, που έρχεται από την Αμερική, με το ένα πόδι σπασμένο. Νταξει τουλαχιστον φοράει χαριτωμένη κορδέλα στο κεφάλι.


  • Peng

    ★★★½ Watched by Peng 23 Jun, 2015 5

    Like Days of Being Wild, this one is a grower as well. But in this case, my feeling grows from indifference to something of a mild affection. Minority opinion as it may be, but I feel like Wong Kar-Wai's precision from In the Mood for Love has turned into something so repetitive to the point of being debilitating, at times approaching a parody of his own style. I think it's not a coincidence either that I have this feeling about…


  • Beaumont Cavendish

    ★★★½ Watched by Beaumont Cavendish 19 Jun, 2015



  • Robert McDonald

    ★★★★★ Watched by Robert McDonald 19 Jun, 2015

    "Maybe one day you'll escape your past. If you do, look for me."


  • Manuel Iragorry

    ★★★★★ Watched by Manuel Iragorry 14 Jun, 2015

    I'd also like the story to have a happy ending, but I don't know how to write one.


  • Seth Shively

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Seth Shively 13 Jun, 2015 2

    My heart... Ugh.

    I need to go outside and breathe for a little bit.

    Insert 3 Hour Time Lapse

    Just got done talking to my ex-girlfriend. She's such a beautiful soul and woman. A luminescent creature. Every time I talk to her I leave encouraged.. Our situation was sadly all too similar to the characters of 2046. If we were born at a different time, if the circumstances of life would have gone differently, if we would have met earlier…


  • James Hrivnak

    ★★★½ Watched by James Hrivnak 08 Jun, 2015 4

    Striking and ambitious, I'm not sure 2046 completely works. And forget what I said about Ashes of Time, this is Wong's most dense work. It does feel maybe a little too calculated and ornately constructed, but this is a film I'd be happy to revisit again and again. Tony Leung and Zhang Ziyi are excruciatingly gorgeous on screen together.


  • iamtetsuho

    ★★★★★ Added by iamtetsuho

    Che bello, ragazzi, che bel film.
    è il racconto di uno scrittore. 2046 è il titolo del suo romanzo sci fi ambientato nel futuro, ma anche il numero di una stanza dell'hotel in cui abita lo scrittore (Tony Leung). Non aggiungo altro, guardatelo. massì, magari... magari colonna sonora eccezionale, attorri regia ambientazioni fotografia ma se lo guardate fate prima. Ora. Guardalo.


  • TajLV

    ★★★½ Watched by TajLV 03 Jun, 2015 2

    "In love you can't bring on a substitute." ~ Chow Mo-wan

    The third and final installment of director Wong Kar-wai's "informal trilogy" recycles more than a few themes and verbatim lines delivered in his previous films. However, it places them within a new context -- an undreamt future, conceived of as science fiction by the protagonist of the preceding film, journalist Chow Mo-wan (Tony Chiu Wai Leung).

    A small detail from In the Mood for Love serves as the trigger…


  • DirkH

    ★★★★★ Watched by DirkH 04 Jun, 2015 11

    Me and Stevie G on a Sci-Fi spree

    When I studied English the inevitability of having to read poetry was a fact. No oddments l problem to some, a view l chore to others. I definitely belonged to the latter category, much preferring proze. Until I was introduced to the metaphysical poets that is. The idea of exploring the state of a concept, a notion, an idea and thus trying to find out what it is in a few short…


  • Steve G.

    ★★★★½ Watched by Steve G. 02 Jun, 2015 7

    The June-ar Module

    The last couple of days I have had Letterboxd's answer to the Cosa Nostra (that's Lise and Jonathan White to you) making it clear, in no uncertain terms, that I should be treading very carefully when it comes to this film.

    I was threatened when I paused it a couple of times to make 'humorous' remarks about it on Twitter. There were more threats when I refused to review it last night. Then that Adam Cook piped…