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  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once

    We need a complete and total shutdown of Letterboxd until we can figure out what the hell is going on here. I did not expect to like this movie, but I did think it would end up being some baseline level of good. Boy was I wrong.

    Despite trying harder than just about any other movie I can think of, this was only very rarely funny. The photography was flacid. The apparently YouTube-inspired fight choreography was goofy, and not in…

  • Mirror



    In 8 1/2 Daumier asks Guido the following after reading a script for his film: "What monstrous presumption to think that others could benefit from the squalid catalog of your mistakes. What do you gain by stringing together the tattered pieces of your life, your vague memories, the faces of those you could never love?" 12 years later, Tarkovsky made the exact film described by Daumier.

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  • Spencer



    You know, I think I really liked this. I wasn't expecting to; biopics aren't usually my thing and a British costume drama, to boot. But honestly, the costumes and makeup that went into making Stewart INTO Diana were pretty incredible. As was the performance that ties it all together. I still can't really place what exactly made it all click, though, but maybe it's that Larrain's slightly off-kilter take feels like it captures what the life of a royal must be like.

    Seen at Nashville Film Festival.

  • Urban Rashomon

    Urban Rashomon


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    It's an interesting look at life on the street, I suppose, but there is something that feels very exploitative about shooting an addict who may not really know what's going on and moreover, buying him drugs for the privilege of doing so. The whole thing felt unethical to me.