Corbin Bishop

Corbin Bishop


A movie a day keeps the doctor away.
29 year old film school drop out. 🎟️

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  • About Time

    About Time


    I simply ADORE this film. In my notes I wrote "such a beautiful film" about twelve times.

    This is one of those reviews that I feel like I'm never able to articulate how it made me feel in the way that it deserves.

    The whole image and vibe of this what I describe as 'true love vision'. The soundtrack is subtle and beautiful until it sneaks up on you at emotional/important moment, and then you're crying. Everyone in this looks…

  • Normal People

    Normal People


    I was not expecting to go through such a beautiful and emotional journey like this. I mean, wow.

    The tale of Connell and Marianne is a long complicated story in which you see both characters learn and grow in both their personal lives and with their relationship. And I think that's why this is such a beautiful and raw show.

    I adored just being a fly on the wall for such an emotional ride of a series. Just going through…

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  • I Care a Lot

    I Care a Lot


    Some good parts some bad parts. Pike was great as always. And I enjoyed the couple of twists at the end. Had some originality to it.

  • Before Sunset

    Before Sunset


    That moment when he sees her in the back of his book signing...

    And I love how they just pick up where they left off. Years pass and they just connect all over again like nothing has happened.

    I love these films. So beautiful ❀️

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  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind


    Got to show my number one film to my number one person. One of the best things in the world!

    There are so many aspects to this film that makes it what it is. And it all works together to create one beautiful piece of art.

    No idea how this was written. The screenplay is so great and unique. That combined with they way they brought it to life, is just.... 😻

    The editing combined with the sound design and…

  • Before Sunrise

    Before Sunrise


    Right on time for my yearly 'being lonely and diving back into the Before trilogy' session.

    An absolute beautiful film that still gets me every viewing. They just walk around and I love every second of it.

    Just shows a beautiful meeting of two souls that had a deep and personal connection. And their one, amazing night together. That's it.

    And that listening booth sceneeeeeeeee. I mean come on, gets me every time. It's like I was in there myself just feeling their souls start to drift together.