Ratings not to scale.
Don’t forget to select your favorite films!
When you watch several of Wiseman's early works in succession, as I've done this weekend, one thing which immediately becomes apparent — and which is fascinating in retrospect — is that his subjects clearly don't yet know what a Frederick Wiseman film is.
In Titicut Follies, and Law and Order, and Juvenile Court, and Primate, Wiseman captures people who lack either the media literacy or the social instinct to understand that it might be a bad idea to engage in…
Browse through the Letterboxd reviews for Legally Blonde and you'll see people practically falling over themselves to make apologies for liking this film.
"Oh, I was cooking and needed something I could ignore..."
"It was on TV..."
"My wife was punishing me for making her watch a horror movie..."
Blah, blah, blah.
Fuck all that, Legally Blonde is amazing.