sorry for just now posting this, but this was my 1000th movie on letterboxd. and it was amazing.
Ian’s 2018 Challenge:
Film #1: Deliverance
This film came out when my dad was 4. Just some more perspectives for you- Deliverance came before the first cellphones and voicemails came into use, minicomputers just started to begin mass production, and came 2 years before the Rubix Cube was invented.
Yet, watching Deliverance 46 years after it was created, it is easy to tell why it is so highly regarded in film.
The characters don’t feel forced and some are well…
First off, let me follow everyone’s trend and clarify that Alain Delon is just the coolest, much like the entirety of Le Samouraï . How can anyone be as cool as Delon?
The experience of watching Le Samouraï is truly captivating, mostly due to its appeal and coherent focus.
Building everything up in a fascinating and unique way, he is able to draw interest into the plot in a distinctive way. The blend of cultural influences interested me the most,…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I knew the Star Wars saga was cool and all, but after watching this, my mind was blown.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi has brought back the feel of the original trilogy, while staying completely unique and different.
The amount of detail in this film astonishes me. The greatest example of this was the final battle between Luke and Kylo Ren. The scene where Luke doesn’t create footprints in the salt on the mineral planet as he nears his final…