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  • Buffalo '66
  • Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... and Spring
  • Fall
  • Margaret

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  • Watch Me As I Go

    ★★★★★

  • Open Water 2: Adrift

    ★★★★★

  • Driftwood Or The Seashell

    ★★★★★

  • Vertigo

    ½

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  • Wild Boys The Hunt For Sasquatch

    Wild Boys The Hunt For Sasquatch

    ★★★★★

    An impressive, if uneven, first feature from newcomer to the Doomed Productions crew, Zach Hendrix. Mostly it's impressive because he's so damn good in it—his character was the only one I fully believed. He's exceptional at playing a put upon guy frustrated by his friends. I love Ethan and Jordan a lot, and have enjoyed them in other stuff, but I never fully bought their characters here. I don't think the exact right tone was found for them, which is…

  • Watch Me As I Go

    Watch Me As I Go

    ★★★★★

    I'm glad this exists because it sheds a spotlight on 'romance' from the perspective of a particular type of passively domineering and ultimately insecure modern male, and does so more frankly and honestly than anything I've ever seen. As an unreliable narrator piece, it's exceptional—it works as the sort of fragmented memories of an almost relationship, something the guy will carry with him forever as part of his angsty 'relationship history', whereas to the girl it'll just be a 'dudes…

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  • Vertigo

    Vertigo

    This will be my final review on Letterboxd. I refuse to use this website anymore until they sever their ties with TMDB, the most corrupt film database in existence. If they do not, Letterboxd as you know it will be ruined forever.

    TMDB has recently made the decision to classify films released on Amazon Prime Video as 'amateur films', which means they are not allowed to be on TMDB's database. If TMDB has its way, many new independent films will…

  • Driftwood Or The Seashell

    Driftwood Or The Seashell

    ★★★★★

    Breaking my Letterboxd boycott in order to spotlight a wonderful, truly independent short film by my friend Gage Clift. I've always known Gage as a talented actor—from LIVING WITH TREVOR to NOT-SO AMAZING to WHAT IT'S GOOD FOR, he always delivers believable and natural performances. He's an ambitious and clever filmmaker as well, and each film of his been better than the last. I cannot wait until he makes a feature-length one day—I think he will be one of the…