Brandon Singh’s review published on Letterboxd:
2020 sucks the big one (for reasons all of you know); but this year sucked even more - to me, anyway - because I had yet to see a film I would call a 5/5 (A+) masterpiece.
It felt as though as the cinematic world has betrayed me.
This could've been the first year in NINETY-FOUR years worth of cinema watching where a year didn't contain at least one A+ film.
However, on October 17, all of that changed.
Garrett Bradley's Time was released and I finally saw a prestige picture released this year.
An 81 minute documentary with the emotional scope of a 2 1/2 to 3 hour documentary. Hauntingly gorgeous black & white cinematography by: Zac Manuel, Justin Zeifach & Nisa East. And a story, unfortunately, all too familiar and constantly transpiring for ages.
This is my film of the year so far. Many has come close, but this one took it.
Final Grade: A+ (BrantheMovieMan Seal of Approval)