Cam Watson has written 33 reviews for films rated ★★★★★ during 2021.

  • Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters

    Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters


    The feeling this gave me is what I imagine Heaven being

  • Princess Mononoke

    Princess Mononoke


    This is why humans deserve less. I hope after the credits started every human in this movie got eaten by the wolves

  • Southland Tales

    Southland Tales



  • Fanny and Alexander

    Fanny and Alexander


    Above all else, Ingmar Bergman truly understands what “family” means.

  • Hereditary



    That last scene might be my favorite scene ever

  • Inland Empire

    Inland Empire


    “I don’t know completely what it means yet, but I love whatever it was” -IHE

  • House



    Is this so bad it’s amazing or just really fucking good? Maybe a little bit of both? It’s like Safdie brothers pacing but on crack. It’s like that scene in Taken 3 where Liam Neeson hops over the fence but for 90 minutes. Either way, this is one of the best comedies ever

  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive


    You know, it’s really not as confusing as I thought.
    I could probably show this to my mom/10

  • Pulp Fiction

    Pulp Fiction


    This is the same guy who starred in The Fanatic?

  • Eraserhead



    May have a new addition to the top 10 list. None of this movie made any sense besides Henry’s struggles with fatherhood, but that’s ok, because every single scene of this movie is captivating madness. Every choice David Lynch makes in this movie down to the way people just talk is so fucking bizarre that you can’t really be anything but in awe at what your watching. How do you make this and be mentally sane, I don’t know if you can.

  • Antichrist



    My favorite shot was the closeup of Willem Dafoe’s dick

  • The World of Apu

    The World of Apu


    The World of Apu wraps up the story of Apu in a way that I think most people can find something or probably many things that they relate to. Apu is a flawed human but also has his moments of triumph, and Satyajit Ray captures all aspects of his life and just life in general in such a beautiful but realistic and sometimes tragic way that I felt like I connected with every moment in some form. The Apu trilogy as a whole is really a one of a kind display of life. Masterpiece from start to finish