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  • Sing Street
  • The Goonies
  • Interstellar
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  • The Bourne Ultimatum


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Pinned reviews

  • The Gentlemen

    The Gentlemen


    Attended the NYC premiere of The Gentlemen at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Downtown Brooklyn tonight, followed by a live Q&A with writer/director Guy Ritchie and select members of the cast - Matthew McConaughey, Michelle Dockery, Charlie Hunnam, Hugh Grant, and Henry Golding (pictured).

    (Yes, I was devastated that Jeremy Strong didn’t make an appearance.) 

    It was a fun experience, and I am glad Letterboxd partnered up with STX to offer its members an invitation. I do wish I was more…

  • 1917



    Let’s rewind to October 4th, 2019

    I’m a recent college graduate working my first full-time job in New York City. Of course, when you work in a major city, you get opportunities to attend all sorts of events. It happened to be the week of New York Comic-Con, and I figured since I’ve never been to any convention before, I’ll try to sign up and get tickets. Well, I didn’t know you had to sign up months in advance, but…

Recent reviews

  • Clark



    Clark exemplifies that good looks can deceive people into believing anything and that old habits die hard.

    Spread out in a six-episode miniseries spoken in Swedish dialogue, it's a heavily stylized depiction of Clark Olofsson; fast-paced and vibrant, utilizing various visual techniques. Director Jonas Åkerlund displays creativity and separates from what could have been a standard biopic depiction of a serial criminal. There is even a black-and-white, almost-satirical musical number of Elvis' Jailhouse Rock.

    More notable for portraying a dancing…

  • The Bourne Ultimatum

    The Bourne Ultimatum

    The Bourne Ultimatum is the best of the trilogy!

    To no surprise, it's another cat-and-mouse chase, as one would anticipate, but there is a consistent level of urgency in Jason Bourne's mission to uncover the corruption of the CIA. He is dealing with a higher threat level, forcing him to manipulate his way out of various life-threatening roadblocks. It helps with the pacing; there is never a slow moment as it's always moving.

    Paul Greengrass's shaky-cam directorial style to display…

Popular reviews

  • G.I. Jane

    G.I. Jane

    Did I watch G.I. Jane solely because Chris Rock referred to it in his joke about Jada Pinkett Smith's alopecia condition, resulting in Will Smith walking on stage and slapping him in the face during last night's live broadcast of the Oscar's?


    While Ridley Scott intended to display the brutalities and intensities of preparation for war, that alone isn't enough to carry a film when the character work is lackluster, let alone with a two-hour runtime. Mix in political,…

  • Fear Street: 1666

    Fear Street: 1666


    If you're a fan of its two predecessors, chances are you will find enjoyment in Fear Street Part Three: 1666, but for me, it's more of the same, a bunch of mediocrity.

    As the title suggests, around a little over half the runtime is spent in the year 1666, and to put it bluntly, it was rather dull. But to be fair, it's very challenging to make period horrors engaging.

    I get it's a vision, of sorts, but it was…