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Well... it's official ol buddy... we got an instant frickin' classic on our hands! 10/10 ⭐
Believe the hype. Believe the 10 star reviews. OUATIH exceeds every expectation with its mind-blowing attention to detail, superb dialogue, incredible performances and, most of all, its overwhelming love for the movies. Tarantino's illustrious career has culminated in this stylishly nostalgic journey that takes us back to everything great about the 60s. Every detail of this period is done to a tee; and it's in all the most minute aspects, whether it be a can of dog food or a radio station, where this film is elevated to masterpiece status.
Remember when Jules and Vincent instantly became one of cinemas classic duos in Pulp Fiction? You can now confidently say the same thing about Rick Dalton and Cliff Booth - Leo and Brad give performances of a lifetime as these endearing, hilarious and, at times, even heart-rending characters. They're joined by a beyond stellar supporting group that's filled beautifully by the likes of Margot Robbie, Timothy Oliphant, Al Pacino, (the late) Luke Perry, Emile Hirsch and many more who all breathe life into this wonderfully unique and engaging story.
All in all, it's a fantastic dive into the Golden Age that's fulls of twists at every turn and shines even brighter in its quieter moments when it's love for everything old cinema is at the forefront of its telling. At its core, it's invigorated by a guy whose talent as a storyteller is exceeded only by his sheer love for film and that is Mr. Quentin Tarantino. And for anyone who thinks the runtime could/should have been shorter, remember that QT was trying to make many of us who had never grown up/experienced that era (like myself) feel close to it. This meant every seemingly trivial scene/moment's sole purpose was to create as authentic an atmosphere as he could've conjured up.
It's as ambitious a vision as one could muster and he truly nailed it with flying colors, creating a fairytale that enthrals you in ways you never knew were possible. I hope he's lying when he says he's ready to call it quits but I'll be damned if this isn't the best way possible to go out. It's official ol buddy... we got a darn frickin classic on our hands!
Life According to Sam (2013)
The Greatest Superhero Movie I've Ever Seen
Because ever single person in this story is as much a superhero as any character I've ever seen on-screen before. Whether it's Sam, his parents, all of the children we meet, their parents; there's a fervent focus and persistence to living life to the fullest and finding lemonade in the sourest of lemons life has to offer, moving you in inexplicable ways. Scott and Leslie, the parents of Sam, are truly saints and the latter's dedication to finding a cure is simply breathtaking. Above all, it really just infuriates you how something so cruel like progeria could ever exist.
I wish I had the opportunity to meet Sam, who sadly passed away a year after the film's release. He seemed like a genuinely awesome person who just wanted to enjoy life and all of its simplest pleasures. He inspires me to want to live everyday to the fullest and I hope anyone who hasn't seen this documentary does, if just to get to know this wonderful human being.
The Newsroom (2012)
Brilliantly written, directed and acted; a tour-de-force of Television that is as relevant as any show out there
This is far and away one of the best written and paced shows I have ever seen. Aaron Sorkin, known for his characteristically rapid-fire dialogue and snappy characters, reaches the pinnacle of his abilities in this show that follows the trials and tribulations of American TV Network "ACN" (also known as "Atlantis Cable News") as they struggle to deliver honesty and substance to a viewership amidst a competitive industry. So many incredible acting performances; seriously, every single person was absolutely lights out. Jeff Daniels is just magnificent from the very first episode, with the now famous "America is not the greatest country in the world anymore" monologue instantly hooking you to his Will McAvoy. Mortimer, Munn, Waterston, Patel, Sadoski, Pill, Gallagher Jr. are all likewise perfect. I'm simply baffled by the 59% approval rating on Rotten 🍅 It really digs deep into what the news is (or should be) all about while just being damn good television. It's become an instant favorite of mine and should be seen by anyone who wants good entertainment. Thank you Sorkin! 👏
When They See Us (2019)
Nothing can prepare you for these 5 hours - Outstanding beyond belief.
5 of some of the best hours of TV I've ever witnessed. The acting from everyone is incredible, especially the child actors who give the performance of a lifetime. This mini-series has it all; it's at times infuriating, hard to watch and other times poignantly beautiful. Above all, it truly frustrates you to think a system could be (and was) this corrupt and heartless. And not much has changed today; Ava DuVernay has created a masterpiece with this story. Deserves all the Awards recognition it can muster... this is about as intense and perfect as TV can get.
Unique, hilarious, touching and true-to-life; "Louie" is a masterpiece that mixes comedy, drama and tragedy seamlessly
Say what you will about Louis C.K. but his talents as a director, writer and actor are truly incredible. The writing in "Louie" is at times hilariously vulgar and other times touching and sad; there are moments of sincere honesty and other times of complete bizarreness. That is one of the ways the show is truly one-of-a-kind - you simply don't know what you'll get in any particular episode. Aside from that, the acting, directing and cinematography are all fantastic in their own right. If you're not ready to commit to the show, watch Horace and Pete (2016) and you'll be running to see more from this man shortly after. Masterpiece Television. 👏
Death Proof (2007)
Moments of brilliance are stunted by a frustrating lack of direction and momentum
I haven't seen too many exploitation films but Death Proof (2007) is a film that was inspired by a slew of them. It mentions films like Vanishing Point, Coffy and Faster, Pussycat! in the film's dialogue and clearly takes inspiration from these parts of cinema history. Unfortunately, the film is very uneven in its execution; a promising first half filled with wonderful music, atmosphere and style turns bland quickly in the second half (where did Stuntman Mike go for that entire time?!) I love QT and his filmography but this was unfortunately the least enjoyable cinematic experience he's dished up. I just expect a lot more.
Fired Up! (2009)
Watch this with friends and you won't regret it; what a riot 😂😂
Hilarious from start to finish - if you're a fan of Blue Mountain State (2010), The American Pie (1999) films or Not Another Teen Movie (2001), you'll love this movie. Every moment is hilarious and the chemistry between the two guys are killer. What a blast - And forget about the low ratings; this one ain't for the critics! 👍
One of the greatest Civil War films ever made
Incredible performances (including Denzel Washington as Pvt. Trip in a breakthrough turn that nabbed him the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor), wonderful cinematography, music and direction in this inspiring story of the first all-black regiment to fight during the Civil War. These men were some of the unsung heroes of a chapter in history that isn't discussed enough and the film pays solid tribute to their bravery, struggles and, ultimately, redemption. This is definitely one of the greatest films ever made about the Civil War.
Safety Last! (1923)
Classic Silent Film that was way ahead of its time
Fun film from Harold Lloyd and those last twenty minutes are some seriously tense stuff, with the shot of him hanging off the clock serving as one of cinema's most enduring images even nearly 100 years later. Classic!
Nathan for You: Finding Frances (2017)
Creative, poignant, humane, hilarious; The final "Nathan for You" is a true masterpiece of Television
What an incredible finale! Helping "Bill Gates" search for and find his long-lost love, 'Finding Frances' is a culmination of everything that made Nathan for You (2013) such an incredible show. It's hilarious at times and touching at others (quite rare for an episode of this show, which almost always sways more towards the former). The old adage goes that comedy equals tragedy plus time and this episode deftly shows this, forcing its viewer to contemplate their own life and the regrets they hope don't plague them. It's a masterful send-off of an incredible show I'll sorely miss. Thank you Nathan for sharing your wonderful mind with us all!
Zimna wojna (2018)
Gorgeously shot and emotionally-charged Polish film
Loosely inspired by the turbulent relationship of Polish filmmaker Pawel Pawlikowski, Zimna wojna (2018) tells the emotional love story between a music director, Wiktor, and a young singer, Zula. Gorgeously shot with beautiful B&W cinematography, the film immerses you right into the Cold War era and really makes you believe you're experiencing the events and politics of that period. Incredibly lead performances and some beautiful music as well, this film easily becomes one of my top films of 2018. It's seriously that good!
Broken Flowers (2005)
Sublime and meditative; Murray gives a performance for the ages
In Broken Flowers (2005), Jarmusch seems to be conveying a mood, rather than a straight-forward story, in which we as the viewer embark on a cross-country search with Don Johnston (played by Bill Murray in perhaps his best performance) filled with self-reflection and the revisiting of old memories. Murray portrays Johnston as a worn-out individual, whom at one time likely lived a life of great vigor but in the present state lives on the outskirts of society, idle and apathetic. He revisits old flames and seeks out answers that he never really gets. But such is life and Jarmusch understands this and lets this unfold beautifully.
Flags of Our Fathers (2006)
Not nearly as compelling as it should have been
Eastwood shot this film and Letters from Iwo Jima (2006) back to back to convey an emotional time in human history. The Second Great War makes for great entertainment and human connection and Iwo Jima captured this perfectly. Unfortunately, "Flags" focuses much more on the politics of the war and uses its narrative to jump between timelines, which distracts from the atrocities of the war while making it difficult to differentiate personality amongst the soldiers. Monotony set in early and, while beautiful at times, this film really lacked the punch it should have had.
Shaun of the Dead (2004)
Inventive and fun satire of those bloody zombie movies
Shaun of the Dead (2004) is an extremely creative and entertaining film created by famed director Edgar Wright. Showcasing some of the snap-zooms and whip-pans that would later serve as his trademarks, as well as his use of dark humor and gags, this is a film that shows a master of cinema in the making while paying tribute to a genre that has long been rehashed. Hilarious (and even, at times, touching) performances from Pegg and Frost to boot - just good ol' bloody fun!
A tour de force of Action and some of the coolest fight choreography you'll ever see on screen
Caught a midnight screening tonight ahead of the film's premiere in Canada and all I can say is this is an Action masterpiece from start to finish. Taking place immediately after the events from the 2nd film, we are immediately thrust into the fear and trepidation that comes with being a marked man on the run with a $14 million contract bounty placed on your head. The fight choreography is fantastic and creative in its choice of weaponry (including the use of some animals in unexpectedly awesome ways). This is a threequel that's as thrilling, over-the-top and gratifying as fans of John Wick could hope for. I'm thinking he's back.
A promising start for one of the most talented directors of our generation
Unsettling, creepy, tense, surreal. The film is quite similar to Eraserhead (1977), another feature debut of a director (David Lynch) whose surrealism and otherworldly visuals would become a massive trademark. It was a promising start for Aronofsky, who would go on to create many now iconic films that were incredibly unique in storytelling and visual imagery. Nice one 👍
Incredible feature debut that showed early signs of a cinematic legend in the works
What an incredible debut from Mr. Christopher Nolan with this taut and intelligent noirish thriller. At a swift 70 minutes, he is able to deftly establish an atmosphere and interesting characters while showcasing some of the themes that would later go on to categorize his films i.e. obsession, identity and deception. The dialogue is also super insightful offering us glimpses into the human condition while being reminiscent of older noir films and, of course, twists and turns that Nolan would become known for. A film that necessitates a viewing from any Nolan fan, film-noir fan or fan of films for that matter! 👏
Down by Law (1986)
All the elements that make a Jarmusch film come together to create a beautiful story
I've been binging Jarmusch's filmography this week for the first-time knowing little about his films and style of storytelling. In my opinion, this is his greatest achievement. The cinematography is beautiful; all of the river-boating scenes looked incredible. The performances are all great, especially Benigni's who had me in tears from laughter. The pacing is also solid; how these three very different men form a bond is a marvel to experience. On the whole, the story is a unique take on the 'prison film' and operates in that perfect balance of quirky and realistic. If you're like me and you're ripping through Jarmusch films for the first time, I'd say this is a pretty great introduction to the man and his mind.
Stranger Than Paradise (1984)
40 years later, Jarmusch's tale of aimless pondering individuals still speaks to generations
Following his directorial debut, Jarmusch created Stranger Than Paradise (1984), a story of a New Yorker and his younger cousin who come to visit him. Through low-key lighting and long takes, he establishes a good sense of atmosphere and really grounds you in the realism of the character's surroundings. It also features some great performances from Richard Edson and John Lurie (the former in his film debut!) Jarmusch captures the both loneliness and monotony of the characters' situations and creates an interesting story in the process.
Coffee and Cigarettes (2003)
As slice of life as its title suggests
Featuring 11 vignettes which are all connected simply by the presence of coffee and cigarettes, Jim Jarmusch's film shows people at their most ordinary. There isn't really a plot nor themes to connect any of the conversations, but each of the segments are short and allows its viewer to peer into the minds of different individuals. With moviegoers so conditioned to look for meaning and cohesive storylines, Jarmusch simply paints us a picture of everyday life and does so with a keen sense of space and composition.
Black Dynamite (2009)
Hilarious take on the blaxploitation genre
Parodying the now classic blaxploitation films of the '70s, Black Dynamite (2009) is a laugh-a-minute comedy featuring hilarious moments and a particularly killer performance from Michael Jai White. It's ridiculously over the top but pays great homage to the genre with pacing, dialogue and a general tone that finds the perfect note... Here's a film that simply makes you want more of the genre!
Unfriended: Dark Web (2018)
Awesomely fun follow-up to its predecessor
Thrilling, tense and cleverly executed, Unfriended: Dark Web (2018) is an excellent (perhaps even superior) follow-up to Unfriended (2014). Unlike the first film, which focuses on supernatural forces plaguing a group of online chat room friends, this one delves into the true darkness of the "Dark Web", a part of the internet comprised of untraceable, illicit activity. The plot's secrets unveil gradually and suspensefully, all the while creating a genuinely haunting atmosphere. Kudos to horror screenwriter Stephen Susco (The "Grudge" series) in his directing debut for creating a taut 90 minute, edge-of-your-seat experience. 👻
George C. Scott gives a performance for the ages
George C. Scott portraying real-life war icon General George S. Patton Jr. is simply outstanding in the role. The screenplay (helmed by Francis Ford Coppola) paints the character as a controversial man whose life's focus was on war and nothing else. Scott plays the role with a tremendous amount of brutality and confidence and really carries the entire film. With fantastic war scenes to boot, this is one of the all-time great war pictures.
Finds the perfect note of creepy and bizarre and marinates in it
Not sure what to make of Gummo (1997) but one thing is for sure; Harmony Korine understands how to provoke people. Through a myriad of beyond eccentric characters, we are given truly horrific looks into the underbelly of America and the people that reside in its cracks. Through the combination of startling imagery and disquieting music, Korine establishes in his cinematic debut a true ability to provoke and irritate the way a film like Un chien andalou (1929) first did. Unsettling and yet strangely intriguing...
An incredible journey into 1960s Hollywood with top-notch performances, writing and production-value
Just phenomenal from start to finish. In Ryan Murphy's best work yet, he recreates the infamous ongoing quarrel between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford and the backdrop on which it took place. The show's attention to detail hits the perfect note in all the ways possible; the writing is superb, the casting is perfect and the setting immerses you right into the glamour and class of the days of yesteryear. All the performances are amazing, but of course Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon are simply fantastic, giving incisive portrayals into who these women were, how they differed and, in a poignant way, how Hollywood kept these two from being friends. Bravo FX 👏👏