I watched this edited together with the Ultimate Cut of Watchmen, and it’s alright but nothing special tho.
Don’t know why it’s relevant to the story, or why it’s even in the movie.
Watching this in 4K is truly like watching it for the first time, I believe this is my 4th watch of it and for some reason I loved it even more this time.
Hell, this honestly might be my favorite of Tarantino’s work. Just nonstop entertainment of the highest quality. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, this is the perfect hangout film. If it was possible to live inside of a film and hangout with the characters, I would want it to be this one.
I recently got the 4K limited edition of this from Second Sight, and it’s honestly one of the better looking modern films I’ve ever seen on 4K. It looks fantastic.
The film itself is still so damn good, this should honestly be considered one of the best character studies, up there with Taxi Driver! This film is honestly more nuanced than people give it credit for. The soundtrack is amazing as well, genuinely good music here.
I WANT THAT SCORPION JACKET!!!!
Alright it’s time for me to rate this 10/10. It’s my most reviewed and watched film here on Letterboxd and it has shaped my life to a point where I honestly don’t believe I’d be the same person without it.
This film started my passion and love for horror and for films in general. My 11 year old self just fell in love with this genre after this film, after Scream I was sold.
And man this is a rewatchable film, never gets old!!!
I enjoyed the hell out of this, I immediately ordered a bluray copy of this when the credits rolled.
This was honestly one of the best and most enjoyable romantic comedies/high school movies I have seen.
Seeing Heath Ledger in this makes me sad tho, he was taken far too early from us.
This was such a surprise for me, I loved this so goddamn much it has been my life now for two months or so… I’ve been following it every week, every episode.
This mini series was made for me… I love movies about movies, I love stories about the mob, I love The Godfather, I love cheesy stories about Hollywood, I love Miles Teller.
I legit can’t tell you guys how much I loved this, it’s overdramatized as all hell but that’s expected when making a “Making of” or “based on a true story” series.
Man, I fuckin love The Godfather.