Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky
Starring Willem Dafoe
I genuinely do not know a director who loves naked women more than De Palma. Body Double is an entertaining / intriguing 1980’s Hitchcock homage that can get silly at times even though I enjoyed every minute of it. The film went directions I didn’t think it would, such as the fantastic drill scene, the Frankie Goes to Hollywood “Relax” scene, the mall sequence, it’s satirical backdrops on Hollywood, as well as it’s unique ending. This is one of those…
From the great villain, to the awesome action sequences/choreography, to the surprising humor, and to many other things that landed for me, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is one of the MCU’s best products. Really looking forward to seeing Shang-Chi in the future of the MCU.
I am currently trying to think of a more beautiful film than Beau Travail and none come to mind. Beau Travail is a sentimental, poetic, visceral experience that deeply impacted me as an artist. It showcases the art of cinema at it’s finest. This is such a relaxing film with transfixing cinematography mixed with gorgeous music playing behind the images. The very minimal dialogue makes the story a personal voyage of being a foreigner; to others and to yourself. Beau…
Honestly one of the best comedies of all time and one of the most quotable films I’ve ever seen. In Bruges was a blast and I am glad I watched it. There were honestly moments where I laughed out loud. Everybody in this is great, especially Colin Farrell who I never knew was that funny. I have come to a conclusion that “dark comedy” is my favorite genre. Can’t wait to see what Martin McDonagh does next. Fantastic film.