Vivre Sa Vie 1962
Vivre Sa Vie (1962) -
A great entry into the filmography of Jean Luc-Godard, I really enjoyed this! The cinematography was stellar, especially in the opening segment of the film, the acting from the whole cast was great aswell and the ending hit hard and fast, overall an incredible experience that I will never forget
4•4 / 5
Trains Equal Cinema 2021
Godardian effort, which weirdly enough reminds me of children's literature? Must be some work associations coming to the surface. A fun idea, which explores the tenuous, but sort of fun connection/difference between well, trains and cinema.
Here is a bit of deep Menaker lore I don't think I've shared before: when I was in 6th grade, I auditioned for the part of Demi Moore's son in the film 'The Juror' with her and Alec Baldwin. I got the call because a casting director saw me play Agamemnon in a middle school play. I bombed the audition and my career being child trafficked by Hollywood sickos never took off, but during the interview part of it, the…
Paint Drying 2016
Just a quick PSA to let everyone know that letterboxd has now added more than 1,500 adult titles to its database. These are movies that are historically, culturally and artistically significant, so you won't find Lesbo Pool Party 7 here (sorry Abella D. 💔). You can read all about it in letterboxd’ latest blog post. Opting in to see said content is as simple as checking the adult content box in the app's Advanced Settings.
Think about it, you can now finally log Wes Craven's adult drama, The Fireworks Woman..
2001: A Space Odyssey 1968
One of the greatest cinematic experiences of my life. To call this film a “film” is an understatement, it’s an experience, every time you watch it.
Got to see this in 70mm, never looked better. Seeing those iconic shots on the BIG screen, it was glorious. Packed cinema. At the end we all applauded, never had a crowd like it.
Fantastic Mr. Fox 2009
Well, my younger brother put this on and I couldn’t leave the room until it finished.
The Simpsons: The Good, the Bart, and the Loki 2021
The funniest joke is the "This is what happens when Disney buys Marvel and Fox" banner, and not in the way they think it is.
The Pink Panther 2006
One of my favourite films growing up as a kid, and still holds up today. Genuine laughs and a solid enjoyable film.
I watched Norbit for the first time when I was 9 years old. If that's the root of my irreparable brain damage, I wouldn't be surprised.
Look, I'm not denying there's *something* to this movie. It's a fearless passion project, vulnerable and weird and sad. Most of it is Eddie Murphy working through personal issues of trauma and sexuality and ego, conversing with himself while he plays different stereotypes, stretching the limit of Rick Baker's makeup utilized as racial…
Barry Lyndon 1975
A masterpiece if there ever was one.