2020’s 111st movie • 88/100
Second time watching it. Definitely one of my favorites from 2019. 🤍
2020’s 110th movie • 65/100
Another blaxploitation movie that I love! It’s simply a combination between female power, revenge, murder, manipulation and sex. Also, it’s soooo 70s! The clothes, the style, the sensuality, literally everything.
I’m rating Coffy with the same rating as Foxy Brown because both movies are almost the same. Foxy Brown actually seems like a sequel of Coffy, to be honest.
2020’s 74th movie • 76/100
This was made in the golden era of Hollywood, yet nothing about it looks like the golden era of Hollywood; this was made during the Hays era, yet nothing about it reminds us of that (disgusting) code. Stanley was really ahead of his time – not only his direction, story and ending, but the cinematography is fucking stupendous.
It’s not one of those movies that makes you have emotional instability but it still gives you a great moral lesson at a time when movies weren’t supposed to give you so. He was a genius.
2020’s 105th movie • 86/100
I’m impressed by how astonishing, aesthetically beautiful and simplistic this movie is. I wasn’t expecting this at all, and I believe that was the main reason why I loved this one very much. The Lighthouse has a one of a kind cinematography that reminds me of Hollywood’s Golden Age era (and it actually looks like it’s from that time period – and that’s something really difficult to re-execute, since old cinematography has its own magic).