My overall feeling is this would be an absolute stone cold five star classic if it was re-edited to a tight 105 minutes.
There’s so much weird ‘90s bullshit that has no place is a movie of this stature.
The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes, the prequel to The Hunger Games, makes a peculiar choice in its storytelling perspective. It difficult to get behind Coriolanus when you know ends up as the fascist bad guy of the earlier movies.
Then there's Lucy Gray who seems to have wandered in from a musical, singing and acting in a way that's starkly different from everyone else. It's jarring, seeing her in a completely different tone compared to the rest of the cast,…
Gentle documentary about an independent record store and their strange but loveable customers.
Sound it Out made me feel nostalgic for a pastime that I never really took part in. Not many documentary directors have that the ability to do that, and Jeanie Finlay must be given massive credit for that.