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  • Aguirre: The Wrath of God

    Aguirre: The Wrath of God

    ★★★★

    The Alphabet Club
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    Week 1- Letter A

    88/100
    B+

    Definitely an interesting film. This is my first Werner Herzog and it's a pretty good introduction. His direction is fantastic like some of the shots I don't even understand how he got in 72. The way he pans through scenes and characters is seamless and beautiful. The writing is very good it brash and straight to the point just like the characters on the raft. The cinematography is excellent and…

  • October Sky

    October Sky

    ★★★★

    87/100
    B+

    This is the definition of a great feel good film. The direction is solid it captures our characters perspective extremely well really making us feel for him and putting us right into this small town. It also gives you those classic feel good moments it just the right way. The writing feel honest and natural with some legitimate heartwarming and funny moments. The cinematography is great and the editing is very good. Jake Gyllenhaal gives a great performance…

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  • Edward Scissorhands

    Edward Scissorhands

    ★★★★★

    100/100
    A+

    I can understand why some don't love this film, but when watching this film I will always be taken over by my past's child like gaze. When I was about six years old I discovered this film, and I owe so much to it. Early in my life it taught me that I loved film and what this medium of art can achieve. At such a young age I remember this film making me love, hate, and care…

  • Eighth Grade

    Eighth Grade

    ★★★★½

    90/100
    A-

    This decade the coming of age genre and horror genre really are having a resurgence. Bo Burnham as a first time director does an amazing job capturing this girls eighth grade experience. You feel so much awkward tension and hope for this girl because Burnham perfectly plants the viewer within these situation right with her. Also everything in this film feels so raw and true never feeling over dramatized or fake. The screenplay is fantastic it's true, relatble,…