23. He/him. One half of Film Crusade.
My reviews skew positive because I tend to watch things I think I’ll like or love.
A Quartet of Carax - Un
Disclaimer: Carax films make me write. Hard.
EXPOSITION: Another film influenced by Godard that I like more than any Godard film. Leos Carax's Mauvais Sang is a postmodern reflection of many themes including (but not exclusively) love, youth, crime, sex, life, and magic.
A dream. You always leave after when she's the most beautiful. The onscreen glass becomes mirrors and windows more often than they don't. Music becomes the movement. Poetry in motion, lyrics…
"You and my dad. You two ran North Jersey."
"Huh. Well, that's nice."
Started: October 25, 2020
Finished: September 26, 2021
Stand in for the full series of The Sopranos
"Is it light where you are yet?
How do you put together a review of HBO's television program The Sopranos, a masterwork from David Chase and co. that ushered in the Golden Age of Television? I suppose you start with a waiting room.
A statue of a…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Twice in one day? Twice in one day.
Even better the second time. Only real shortcoming is the disappearance of the primary timeline once Denzel goes through the machine, but I get why scientifically that was a choice.
“What if you had to tell someone the most important thing in the world, but you knew they'd never believe you?”
Love the theory that there are multiple loops before what it is depicted on screen. A love story about…
Scorsese Retrospective Film 15
He's a master. This is one of his masterworks. Easily the best film of the year, and easily top 5 of his features. This just needs a rewatch for the 5 stars. I loved every minute of this. Every ounce of humor, every crumb of pain, and every sense of gangster-style remorse. This was perfect. Thank you for not letting me down, Marty.