Jaze Sedgwicked

Jaze Sedgwicked

I'm a trash enthusiast for films.
A big fan of Old Hollywood and New Hollywood.
I usually give high ratings to any films.

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  • The Great Train Robbery

    The Great Train Robbery

    ★★★½

    This might be ancient and grainy and has a simple plot and it’s a short film but what’s interesting is that they really film on location, huh? And who would forget that great shot in the end when the robber breaks the fourth wall and shoots at the camera? That scene itself is iconic.

    Watching films from pre-Hollywood era is so fascinating to me it’s like I’m watching a piece of history... especially films that were produced by Thomas Edison... like how many films are still existing during that time period??

  • Barefoot in the Park

    Barefoot in the Park

    ★★★★★

    One of the best, funny romcoms from the 60s.

    It has a really funny quite ridiculous  script with very witty dialogue. I really like movies that has just a simple plot but the events of the story, and the characters development has some interesting twists. 

    Jane Fonda and Robert Redford’s chemistry is so GOOD here (no wonder they star in a lot of movies together) and they actually look like a real couple. Crazy. 

    Not only that, but their performances…

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  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    I'm Thinking of Ending Things

    ★★★★½

    It’s a very surreal film and hard to keep track so if you’re watching this, you really need to pay close attention... and turn on the subtitles because there’s a lot of intelligent dialogue between the two main characters. Some of their philosophical dialogue were too much for me to bear... Also, this reminds me of The Shining: creepy, unsettling, kinda slow at first, confusing at times, although this film is more confusing than The Shining. I haven’t read the…

  • Scarface

    Scarface

    ★★★★½

    There are so many quotable lines in this film that is applicable in real life and you can learn a thing or two from them, but the line ‘the eyes chico, they never lie’ resonates so much with me. 

    Will always be my favorite film in the 80s.