only class a film as rewatched if i’ve logged it before
I lost it when that song that the yodelling Walmart kid sang started playing.
On a serious note, this film left me in complete awe. It’s gentle, quiet, yet so powerful. You feel as though you lived in this depressing Texan ghost-town. The way it brings you to this specific time and place is so effortless. You feel like you’ve known these characters for years. Peter Bogdanovich made it so easy to connect to these people and feel their loneliness…
London Film Festival 2020 - Film #21
Chloé Zhao, I know you will never see this but I just want to thank you for giving us this work of art. It’s been a while since a film has made me feel this way. If we don’t see Chloé win an Oscar in April I will be boycotting The Academy - I don’t care if she wins for Producing, Directing, Writing or Editing - give them all to her. She’s totally…
London Film Festival 2020 - Film #14
I’ve had high expectations for this movie since the first teaser trailer dropped last November, and I am anything but disappointed. Pixar have done it once again and created another - what will probably be - a timeless masterpiece.
By far Pixar’s most diverse and mature picture yet. The animation in this film is absolutely stunning - it looks so realistic that at first glance you wouldn’t think it’s animated. The story is…