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eddie has written 59 reviews for films rated ★★★★½ .

  • Vive L'Amour

    Vive L'Amour


    how many of y'all like sex?
    talked about alongside shivers on this week's extended clip

  • The Matrix

    The Matrix


    seeing godly Yuen Woo-ping choreography at my local multiplex kind of shook me up. imagine seeing fight choreography like this in a new american blockbuster. lmao

  • A Prairie Home Companion

    A Prairie Home Companion


    god altman, god lohan
    talked about alongside private parts on this week's extended clip.

  • The Testament of Dr. Mabuse

    The Testament of Dr. Mabuse


    this is one fucked up dude

    talked about, alongside unfriended: dark web, on this week's extended clip with special guest ryan swen

  • Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood


    brad driving through hollywood and up into the valley to his pad early on is my favorite scene lol. quentin fuckin loves cars and that is a good trait for a director to have. i'm gonna rewatch death proof after this, there's a lot of driving in that one from what i remember. he also loves saying that sergio corbucci is the 2nd best director of spaghetti westerns, which he got al pacino to say. some of the director-surrogate wish-fulfillment…

  • Southland Tales

    Southland Tales


    i thought i hated jon lovitz but it turns out he's the greatest actor of all time

  • List



    a 28 minute burst of that classic Hong feeling, i should watch this weekly.

    do you know how to smoke?

  • A Hero Never Dies

    A Hero Never Dies


    even better than i remembered, the best To i've seen so far. here's an essay i wrote about it for school a year ago:

    Johnnie To Kei-Fung’s A Hero Never Dies (真心英雄, which translates directly to True Heart Hero) was released on September 30th, 1998 through his Milkyway Image production company. Notably, this was the first film for Milkyway that Johnnie To himself directed. Produced by his frequent collaborator Wai Ka-Fai, A Hero Never Dies is an action/crime thriller following…

  • Collateral



    "how's this, i'll ask you a question... a jazz question"

    Mann is simultaneously cool as hell and a lame nerd, big reason why he's one of the best.

  • Tale of Cinema

    Tale of Cinema


    "you cry, and then you laugh, stupid!"

    one of Hong's most depressing and self-critical films isn't without his humor. staying one step ahead of himself, he criticizes the autobiographical nature of his films, which of course would become even closer to his own life in recent collaborations with Kim Min-hee. the "reality" presented after the film-within-the-film ends seems more stale and less melodramatic, until the sun goes down and Dong-soo starts to drink. he arrives at the conclusion that he…

  • The Other Side of the Wind

    The Other Side of the Wind


    the way things are going tonight, it could be a reefer

  • Sully



    in his last 2 films, Clint Eastwood has shown posters for his previous work, (Gran Torino in Times Square here, Letters from Iwo Jima in Spencer's childhood room in 15:17) and I really hope that trend continues.