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  • A Woman Under the Influence

    A Woman Under the Influence


    Finally September has come! Let the Letterboxd Season Challenge 2015-2016 begin! I started off a bit early, as I will be on holiday in a couple of weeks, so a head start will definitely come in handy.

    Letterboxd Season 2015-2016 Week #1
    Roger Ebert Week: Watch one of Rogert Ebert's Great Movies
    My complete schedule can be found here

    In general, what I will do in most of these weeks is browse the suggestion lists by average rating. That way,…

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  • Lady Bird

    Lady Bird


    This is one of those rare occasions where 90% of my LB friends absolutely love or adore a film, when it leaves me cold and a bit amazed by the almost universal love for it. 

    I see a few merits, most notably the performances by especially Ronan and Metcalf. Other than that I was mostly bored and couldn’t connect to the characters even one bit. Most of them felt like cardboard cutout stereotypes and hardly any more interesting than we…

  • Paper Moon

    Paper Moon


    Just what I needed, a breath of fresh air. What a delight of a movie, with a simple flair you just don’t see a lot anymore these days. Luckily we still have the oldies.

    And it’s not even THAT old. It succeeds greatly in making you feel you’re watching something way older. And that’s a good thing in this case, very good actually. It had me checking LB twice while watching if I got it right that it’s made in…

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  • The Master

    The Master


    "There's a cycle, like life. Birth, excitement, growth, decay. Death. Now... now. How about this? Here comes, a large dragon. Teeth! Blood dripping! Red eyes! What do I got? A lasso. And I whip it up, I wrap it around its neck, and I wrestle! Wrestle! Wrestle him to the ground. I snap up, I say "Sit, dragon!" Dragon sits. I say "Stay!", dragon stays. Now it's got a leash on. Take it for a walk. And that's what-where we're…

  • Tenet



    I understand a lot of the criticism this film gets. Nolan falls into some of the pitfalls he did on Inception as well. Characterization is completely absent, but here it doesn't feel like as big a deal as it did with Inception. That film had an emotional component that should have been fleshed out way more. Here that component is way less necessary as it focusses more on being a straight up action movie, but with the Nolan twist being…