bringing back being a film bro in 2k21
“This city, these people, making the rest of us feel like they don’t belong. But they’re no better than us. Look at how they treat their children... If it takes a village raise a child, it takes a village to abuse one.”
i used to admire this movie more than i feel it but i changed my mind with this recent viewing. i don’t think i realized it from this point of view: it portrays boston as a community, and…
Letterbox'd badly needs some thoughts on movies that have black people in them. Other than, like, Moonlight.
I have seen this movie many times growing up and obviously the soundtrack is the greatest soundtrack of all time (another Death Row classic, that label was amazing), that Pac song during the opening credits is one of his more underrated (re-affirming my take that Pac has now become underrated by young millennials and Gen Z'ers), it isn't even known as a pantheon…