Martin Scorsese RANKED
Having changed the course of cinema multiple times during his decade-spanning career,legendary filmmaker Martin Scorsese has undeniably crafted a legacy that will continue to live on long after he's gone and has certainly secured a place for himself amongst 'The Greatest Directors to have ever lived'.Yet his passion for this art form is so strong that one has to wonder if Marty will ever stop making movies.Filmakers,as Quentin Tarantino often likes to remind you,usually get…
Martin Scorsese RANKED
While it's not without it's fair share of problems,this second watch cements it as not only one of my favorite Tarantinos but a new favorite film period.I actually enjoyed it even more the second time where all the anxiety of the hype,as the whole "Will it live up to expectations or disappoint?",was gone and I could just sit back relax and have a great time.While both theaters I went to see it were surprisingly empty for…
1917 is the Most Immersive war film Experience of 2019 My Ass.
If Mendes' film is a roller coster,Mallick's film is the closest I've come to having a virtual reality experience.The film effortlessly transported me in the time period it was presenting and I felt like I was there with the characters for most of the runtime.
Mallick may not have collaborated with Lubezki this time around,but this is easily one of his best looking…
Man,isn't doesn't it feel great when you finally love a performance from a popular actor you always found overrated or in this case a film from a director whose popularity you never understood?My relationship with the Coens so far can be summed up to "I repsect their craft but they ain't for me" so I'm incredibly happy to report I loved every second of Barton Fink.
It is simultaneously the funniest but also most thought-provoking film from the two brothers…
Is there a better way to start your day?Especially when that day is your birthday??I waited months to rewatch it in my birthday with friends but the wait was worth it :D This movie does indeed get better every time
By the way to celebrate hitting 250 followers on letterboxd I started a "You pick I watch" challenge so get dem recs ready ;D
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First time ever seeing a movie where I am totally and utterly unable to rank it/rate it.
For the first half, Before the break I thought this would be the biggest disappointement ever, but the other half of the movie far exceeded my expectations.
I definetely loved it, definetely top 5 but I Will have to think about it/rewatch it to make sure..
I am liking it more and more as hours go by tho So don't be Surprised if I have a New #1 All time favorite tomorrow.
No way I am sleeping today tho...