It’s been a long time since I’ve giggled so much.
Thank god the sand man is working blue again.
This film is fucking brilliant.
I have no words.
That’s all that is playing in my head on a continuous cassette tape that I have to turn over every 34 minutes, only to start again anew.
Schrader is working in the same motif as his longtime compadre Martin Scorsese did with his 2016 masterpiece Silence. Like Scorsese, Schrader is playing the elder who is tortured by his faith...yet still trying to glean wisdom from his 70+ years of life on…
This film contains the most outrageously written gonzo hate infested scene QT has written since the infamous Dennis Hopper/Chris Walken "Sicilian Scene". I must also mention this scene is scored using the Xmas classic "Silent Night." This scene by itself nets this film 5 stars in my book and may quite possibly be my favorite scene in any film in the last 5 years.
The rest of the film is ok too...
In the spirit of QT's cinematic recycling, I've…
3 years ago when I first found letterboxd, I wrote a review about Man of Steel. In this review I decided that my interest for comic book films had been completely dead...only to be aroused once more by the great Zack Snyder.
Since then I have seen many Marvel films ...some of which I have decided are the bane of my existence and are eating the flesh of cinema whole from the inside out.
Therefore I was quite excited for…