It’s spooky how many movies I watched this month.
Interesting multi-generational story of planetary terraforming and personhood.
Anatomy of a Fall
So much of the movie mirrored the bit at the end “there’s no reward, it’s just over”. Probably too French for me.
Amazing. Hilarious at times and wonderful crafted jaunt.
The diabetes thing is still a hat on a hat.
28 Days Later
I still can’t believe Doctor Who did the Scarecrow so dirty.
Elrond really let himself go when he moved from New Zealand to Australia. That was extremely stressful.
A fun rewatch—saw this when I was a kid.
Loved this. “…he’d have betrayed the cat, somehow”
For half of the movie I thought it took place in multiple time periods.
I saw bits of this at I <3 Video in Austin twenty plus years ago but somehow didn’t see the whole thing until now. Fun.
A Swedish Severance with fun twists.
Other than some of the pretty “USA USA” stuff in this, the battles were wild. I wanted to watch this because my grandpa was on a carrier in WW2 that got kamikaze’d a few times.
Killers of the Flower Moon
Damn. It was long but riveting. I also audibly said “wow” at a few cameos.
Haunting in Venice
The camera was wacky, but the film was a fun little mystery.
If I flew to Tokyo I could maybe avoid the thing for over two months.
Ahh so good.
Nick at night scream.
Always a fun rewatch.
Insidious: Chapter 3
As hokey as these are there is something kinda charming here.
The Pope’s Exorcist
The best part was Crowe riding a little vespa
A temporal pincer.
Conceptually cool but I can’t vibe with this kinda camera.
Cool world-building but the 3rd act was too rushed. Also my buddy’s character died too soon.
This held up much better than I thought considering I’d watched it dozens of times in my teens and early twenties.