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  • The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

    The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent


    Ein freier Reim

    Wer bist du bloß? Ja, du!
    Du kennst mich nicht? Tabu!
    Ich, ich bin Nicolas Cage,
    Natürlich kennst du mich, my rage!

    Ich hab‘ einen Oscar gewonnen,
    Firmen gesponnen,
    Mich in ‘ner Jacht gesonnen,
    Und da hab ich noch nicht ma begonnen!

    Ich bin Dr. fucking Stanley Goodspeed,
    In The Rock, yeah, you need!
    Castor Troy bin ich auch gewesen,
    Face/Off, du hast was davon gelesen!

    Captain Charles B. McVay III, warst du doch auch?

  • The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

    The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

    And here I am! Jonathan fuckiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiing Wolfey, the guy who has been trying to create high quality poetry on this social media platform “Letterboxd” lately, believing he would be the next Shakespeare or Goethe. Also, he's this weird guy who spends hours researching silent movies, then writes a three-page analysis and review (and in what I consider to be the most challenging English) to then get two likes (and one always comes from the good 20oldboy03’s profile on Letterboxd boxd.it/1j7kv

Popular reviews

  • No Time to Die

    No Time to Die


    No time to die is exciting and full of action. Emotional and not unemotional. A best off of the previous Craig films. Yes ... Like many endings, No time to must bring all the storylines to a sensible end. Despite its length, the film is too short. And here lies the problem, because the film looks very overloaded and unfortunately often gets lost. But not least in spite of this, it is also a bond best off. A deal. And my goodness, it's worth it!

    Goodbey, Mr. Bond.

    Link to the long criticism: My ★★★★ review of No Time to Die on Letterboxd boxd.it/2aJLpj

  • The French Dispatch

    The French Dispatch


    From Wolfey 22.10.21


    The French Dispatch

    "Do it right or don't do it at all." Director Wes Anderson couldn't have done it any more right.

    This film, which goes by the beautiful name The French Dispatch (of the liberty, Kansas evening sun), is Wes Anderson's tenth film, which has a Hollywood best-of-cast (Timothee Chalamet, Francis McDormand, Owen Wilson, Bill Murray ...), was included in the Official Selection of the Cannes International Film Festival 2020 and celebrated its…