I only log films I saw in cinema, in weird circumstances or are otherwise forced to log for some other reason (e.g. to add a review)
2nd watch, first since I was a teen, had an absolute ball. The perfect Hong Kong cop film.
Can remember this being hugely underwhelming when I was about 14 and I'm pretty sure I can pin down why; it's a 3 hour constantly rolling ball of energy, having 30-40 minutes worth of ad breaks jammed into the experience can only severely hurt it.
Edit: Looks like it's gone now, it is available on Kanopy and vimeo if you're in the US vimeo.com/ondemand/jamesbaldwin
California Newsreel hold the rights and will let you have it for $300 otherwise newsreel.org/video/JAMES-BALDWIN-THE-PRICE-OF-THE-TICKET
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
All I could think after watching this film was how there must have been someone in 1977 who thought Diane Keaton was a banker for a nice date movie and went without reading anything about it.
Can only imagine how that final scene would've gone down.