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  • Black Panther

    Black Panther



    This is a torn subject. Yes, Film Twatter and all the awards people are unbearably predictable in their approval of films and are deluded in their over-glorifying of movies like this, but I gotta say, going by my glance impression of all the other award contender flicks this year, I think this may as well be the best possible year for Marvel to creep its way into the Academy and represent it's place in film history, even if it's…

  • Back to the Future

    Back to the Future

    I'm too fatalist to 100% enjoy this movie 'cause time travel and all, but BOY does this movie has it ALL. The iconic characters and setting, the comedy, the music, the tension, the sexy girl, you name it. Sure it can be a LITTLE on-the-nose with some of the "these people don't even KNOW what's to come!" lines, it's still the DEFINITIVE example of creative blockbuster filmmaking.

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  • Moonlight



    β€œA film without a message is just a waste of time.” ~ D.W. Griffith

    A true statement in many ways. While there is undoubtedly an art in making time-wasters that are worth watching purely for thrills, it’s hard to say that those films really matter in the grand scheme of things. Truly great films have to offer something for you to take after it’s over, and it doesn’t have to be political either. Perhaps you come out a different person,…

  • The Birth of a Nation

    The Birth of a Nation


    I legitimately wonder why Letterboxd users even bother with this.

    Here we have D.W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation, which has essentially became a bad word in film history for it's politics alone, to the point where the most cinematically inept users on this site frequently give it a pity watch just to label it the usual "racist, dated, boring" hogwash that plagues the top reviews for this picture. Because God forbid anyone who takes art seriously gets the…