My Favourite Films Change Depending on My Mood, So I'm Making a List of my Top 100 Films (82/100 Confirmed).
Originality over Everything 🎥
They don't make films like this anymore.
Family, Death, Struggle, Racism, Identity, it's nearly impossible to juggle all of themes but this is what makes American History X so uniquely powerful.
I simply can't fault this film, the whole cast was outstanding with Edward Norton putting in a generational performance as Derek Vineyard. Tony Kaye's approach was selflessly disciplined allowing a journey that lives long in the memory.
This film goes straight onto my Top 100 Films list. If you haven't seen this, make it happen
The fifth installment in Tarantino's esteemed filmography.
An ode to his love of slasher films with his very own eccentric twist. Despite not being interested by the genre and ranking this low compared to his other films, I feel deeply sorry for anyone who is unable to see the genius of this man.
The badass characters, the electric dialogue, the palpable Tarantinoisms make it such a fun movie to watch.
I watched The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo yesterday for the first time and loved it. Naturally my expectations where high for Fincher's new release. It was a let down.
As hard as I tried, I just could not care about this film - from the long internal monologue at the start of the film to the smarmy 'epilogue' at the end it felt so lifeless.
Michael Fassbender was dealt a shoddy hand with the protagonist being void of any…
Well well well, where to begin.
A film that made me feel happy to be a film lover even during the most twisted of scenes.
Build up pre-Sweden was gripping with characters built strategically and subtly. Florence Pugh is special from start to finish, so proud to see a fellow Brit with such range.
Cinematography, Scenery, Colour, Contrast, Casting captured the imagination into living the 'folk horror' within the prairies of rural Sweden.
Satisfying watch, looking forward to watching it again soon.