8 Out Of 10
Inglourious Basterds 2009
8.7 Out Of 10
It's been a good five years since I last watched Inglorious Basterds, which was the very first Quentin Tarantino movie I ever watched. So this afternoon I decided to revisit it and it's still an awesome movie nearly 14 years later.
The first 20 minutes is one of the best opening scenes I've seen in a movie.
Favorite Movie No. 28
No Time to Die 2021
Not the best Bond movie but I still really enjoyed it for what it was although personally I don't think it needed to be over 2 in a half hours long; but for the most part I thought it was pretty good.
Better then "Spectre" I'll say that but that one wasn't bad.
Well that's the end of the Daniel Craig era of the Franchise.
I Rate It: 7.4 Out Of 10
Dead Man 1995
8.4 Out Of 10
My third Jim Jarmusch film and my favorite film of his that I've seen so far. I saw this at one of my local theaters that was screening the film and I really enjoyed it. Just great Western film with great performances, good visuals especially with the whole film being in B&W. On top of that a great score by Neil Young dispite not being a huge fan of his music. All around a good film that I enjoyed and will plan on watching again someday.