I just wanted to check....yeah this is still the funniest film that I have ever seen. Sorry but not sorry.
There is a two hour masterpiece that's ripe for the taking within the confines of Bela Tarr's Werckmeister Harmonies and one that isn't hampered by the excessive runtime and tedious pacing. I understand that these are things that comes with the territory when it comes to Bela Tarr but I can help but feel that the film fell shy of being a masterpiece because of this. For the most part, Werckmeister Harmonies is probably one of the most visually…
It's a funny thing to think about. All the controversies, the bans in various countries, the lackluster box-office performance, the negative reception from the religious community, most of which hadn't even seen the film, and all for what? Just because the filmmakers attempted to make a person, who has been synonymous nearly everywhere as a God-like entity, feel human. While I can't say if The Last Temptation of Christ is my favorite biblical film, it certainly has…
No. 3 at The Official Letterboxd Top 250 films
A hauntingly mesmerizing symphony of death and destruction that puts as through over two hours of misery, sorrow and despair. An agonizing portrait about humanity at it's worst and the loss of innocence. Come and See stands as one of the greatest war films ever made. A film that tears open our mental psyche for a mental beatdown that is unlike anything else that I have ever seen. A film…