Owen ★★★★ 2
Not quite as stirring as Strike, not quite as beautiful as Potemkin which had moments glorifying the sailors and just showing the misty morning port of Odessa which are some…
ScreeningNotes ★★★★★ 44
Ever since I joined Letterboxd, nothing has scared me more than the idea of trying to write about 2001: A Space Odyssey. The fact that everything has "already been said"…
Paul Anthony Johnson ★
A chilling examination of the banality of blah blah blah blah blah.
RetroHound ★★★★ 4
Very well done with some sly humor in the midst of a very dramatic court case. I'm sure almost everyone who has seen this says, "It was wild to see…
Excellent source for Hogan's Heroes. Nice that Billy Wilder could use another German director, Otto Preminger, after using Erich von Stroheim in Sunset Blvd.
Directed by Robert Wise, no wonder it looked so good. A woman who was in Belsen concentration camp was friends with a woman who's child was smuggled out to San…
Rick Burin ★★★★½ 2
Many thanks to Owen Erasmus, one of my favourite Letterboxd reviewers and an all-round nice guy, for sending this one to me.
Wow. This is a fantastic movie, a rich…
Alice Stoehr ★★★★
About 20 minutes into this movie, the heroine's father (Guy Kibbee, playing against type as a cold-blooded killer) has a chat with a gangster's moll about whether she'd be OK…