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  • The Big Lebowski

    The Big Lebowski

    ★★★★½

    Regarded as one of the best comedies ever made and a classic in its own right, The Big Lewbowski definitely did not disappoint me. It's a really unique movie, with its comic characters and freestyle comedy format. The audience isn't constantly subjected to traditional jokes with punch lines; a lot of the humor comes from what the guys say and do as well as how they're said and done. Holding onto each interaction between the main characters makes for such…

  • Barry Lyndon

    Barry Lyndon

    ★★★★★

    I can't get over how incredible this film's cinematography is. It's such an easy thing to point out when watching it but what John Alcott, (the cinematographer) has done for this movie is something that really elevates the whole thing to a different level, one that is unparalleled by many films today. The use of Steadicam in Kubrick's The Shining is something I'll always remember so fondly of but that technology wasn't even invented by the 70's. Instead, Barry Lyndon

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  • Sunset Boulevard

    Sunset Boulevard

    ★★★★★

    Got a chance to watch this at my local theater and I'm glad I ended up going. It's usually refreshing to watch a film that, even with the sheer amount of praise and recognition it gets, still delivers on all fronts. Sunset Boulevard is one of these movies; it has a great balance of not only being significant with its commentary on old Hollywood, but also being entertaining. There are many parts to this movie that contributes to its joy…

  • The Guest

    The Guest

    ★★★½

    What a fun ride. The Guest not only has many great moments of action and tension but also pays homage to the many 80's slasher/horror films that are now venerated for their novelty. My personal favorite 80's horror aspect from this film is its killer soundtrack, you can never go wrong with synthwave. Despite the music, The Guest isn't really stylized as an 80's film because it takes place in a modern setting, which is a cool little twist.

    Obviously,…