Cam Watson has written 38 reviews for films rated ★★★★★ during 2021.

  • 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

  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse


    Glad I got to see this in theatres for the first time(missed it when it released)

    For now I think this is the best piece of media as a whole Gen-Z has to offer.

    *watched at Regal Lloyd Center & IMAX

  • La Haine

    La Haine


    You got 3 of the best characters of all time on the screen at the same time for 90 minutes straight, what more could you ask for

  • Old



    Holy fucking shit

    *watched at Regal Pioneer Place

  • In the Mood for Love

    In the Mood for Love


    Hmmmm, this might be the best romance movie I’ve ever seen, Before Sunset and this are really like the best of the best. The seemless transitions between scenes and passes of time that are flawlessly pieced together, the score, the dialogue, and insaneeee shots, there’s so many great dialogue moments backed by an amazing song and amazing cinematography and it’s all hitting you at once with this crazy sensory overload. So much of this movie is more about what’s being…

  • Coffee and Cigarettes

    Coffee and Cigarettes


    Doesn’t get much better than Delirium

  • Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion

    Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion


    The first half of this movie is like peak action on all fronts, the many different masterclass ways animation is used to engulf you in these early action scenes is fucking wild and the brutality of it all just adds to the impact. Even though the first half is mostly action filled there’s still some amazing emotional moments like Asuka’s moment with her mom. THEN, the 2nd half is one of the most emotional and complexly beautiful pieces of storytelling…

  • City of God

    City of God


    This is the kind of movie you could show to anyone I feel like and they could find something to fall in love with. A little bit at a loss for words to describe this but City of God gives you a little bit of everything, u kinda just gotta see it

  • Night on the Galactic Railroad

    Night on the Galactic Railroad


    This might beat out Wall-E is my favorite animated film of all time. Many points where I almost cried. Probably the most interesting and entrancing world an animated movie has created and the dialogue hear is just so powerful. Every litte adventure here is so fun with still so much great dialogue to chew on. The way they explored sexuality here as well was so subtle and so perfect, there’s one scene in particular that goes into this topic the deepest that left me in shock at how brilliant it was. Best movie I’ve seen in quite a few months