Letterboxd lets you…
Keep track of every film you’ve ever watched (or just start from the day you join)
Show some love for your favorite films, lists and reviews with a “like”
Write and share reviews, and follow friends and other members to read theirs
Rate each film on a five-star scale (with halves) to record and share your reaction
Keep a diary of your film watching (and upgrade to Pro for comprehensive stats)
Compile and share lists of films on any topic and keep a watchlist of films to see
229,323,372 films watched
Write and share reviews. Compile your own lists. Share your life in film.
Below are some popular reviews and lists from this week. Sign up to create your own.
i took my friend to see this and a week later she said it affected her so much that she cried about it for an entire therapy session, which is probably yorgos’s ultimate artistic goal and would mean more to him than any of the major directing awards that he should be earning!
maybe movies were a mistake. one of the most astonishing, eccentric performers of all time and this is the insipid, formulaic garbage you give him? any interest in the nuances and artistry of queen takes a backseat to making their lives and works fit into a Greatest Hits rise and fall biopic; watch as a painfully self-conscious performance stumbles through a barely dramatized wikipedia overview in between montages of songs you like being simplified into little digestible, lowest-common-denominator origin stories…
i don’t know what it is about the dolby theater but i walked in thinking “this movie really is 2+ hours huh” and the first thing i said on the way out was “i will not be mad if bradley cooper wins best director”. it’s worth watching amc jerk itself off for a good 3 minutes beforehand telling you the screen is like marginally more colorful. miss gaga and sam elliott crying together in maximum HD.....gonna go journal about this
Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly are beyond fantastic. I’m a huge Laurel and Hardy fan and was reluctant to watch the film out of fear of disappointment. These incredible actors do not disappoint.
Beautifully shot by cinematographer Laurie Rose.
Watched on DVD screener. Looking forward to seeing it on Blu-ray at some point.