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Top 3 Favorite Films is solid, but my 4th pick changes way too many times, depending on which films I've (re)watched recently.

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  • Raising Arizona

    Raising Arizona

    ★★★

    I'll guess I prefer the darker toned Coen Brothers, because Raising Arizona just really didn't stick with me. There were a couple scenes where I really appreciate the early filmmaking of Joel and Ethan Coen, primarily the more action filled scenes, but the screenplay and the jokes just didn't appeal to me. The performances are fine, but I just like these kind of typical Coen characters so much more when they're placed in a more serious/dramatic context instead of a…

  • Apocalypse Now

    Apocalypse Now

    ★★★★★

    This was my first time watching the Redux cut, after seeing the Final Cut a couple of months ago, and watching multiple versions of this timeless masterpiece really shows how important editing is to a story. That doesn't that the Redux version is a bad film (I can really appreciate most of the added footage and I'm glad we can see al these scenes that were cut from the theatrical cut), but I would recommend everyone who wants to watch…

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  • Ronald Goedemondt: Numero Uno

    Ronald Goedemondt: Numero Uno

    ★★★½

    I rewatch random comedic bits by Ronald Goedemondt very often, because of how amazing his timing and his intonation during his best bits. The registrations of Goedemondt previous shows are all incredible, but that's also because he has performed that show countless times in the two years before that. All the jokes have been improved and brought to it's fullest potential by the time the show get's recorded for TV.

    But Numero Uno isn't the same as his previous shows,…

  • Quiz Show

    Quiz Show

    ★★★★½

    This is one of those film that really satisfies me with a lot of little things they did. It has a vertigo shot, a lot of split-diopter shots, some really underrated performance, it's focuses on dialogues instead of action and it's based on a real-life trial I've never heard of, but which interests me on such a high level that I want to read a lot about it online.

    This film could've easily won Best Picture over Forrest Gump, but…