Blake Bergman "Various Spaghetti"

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Favorite films

  • Being There
  • The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters
  • The Straight Story
  • Fubar

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  • Mosquito

    ★★★★

  • The Peace Killers

    ★★★½

  • Original Cast Album: Company

    ★★★★★

  • Night Visitor

    ★★★½

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  • Being There

    Being There

    ★★★★★

    "Being There" is one of those rare films that often leaves someone attempting to formulate context around it in a state of disbelief. The reasoning, as such, is that as one watches the film, they are most like in store for a different viewing each time. There is layer upon layer of contexts, meanings, and statements about the world around us. For myself, I spent many years abstaining that I didn't have a favorite film. There is such a vastness…

  • River

    River

    ★★★★★

    Usually when it comes to doing little snippets of reviews here on Letterboxd, I really try to garner some longstanding form to write something out of quality. Being human, it absolutely varies, with some film's reviewed by myself being better than others. Regardless, it's a craft and hobby that has been a useful conduit to display my love of film but also hone a craft that quite frankly makes me feel like I am throwing some good energy out into…

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  • Mosquito

    Mosquito

    ★★★★

    "Mosquito" is a 1994 creature horror film directed by Gary Jones. Egregious and over the top, "Mosquito" is quite a good time of creature feature cinematics. Sometimes the abyss of early to mid 90's direct to home video can be the abyss of garbage, this film kept its head above the rubble. Much of the reasoning is due to the assorted amount of different practical effects. Most of the film is done in live action with the practical film aesthetic,…

  • The Peace Killers

    The Peace Killers

    ★★★½

    "The Peace Killers" is a 1971 "Bikersploitation" film directed by Douglas Schwartz. Ironically this is the same director that would give us "Thunder in Paradise" (1993) starring Hulk Hogan, a surprising fact I just learned. Spatially this really means nothing as the films are as far from each other as they get, but it's an acknowledgment that I surely had to mention. The day that we get all the "Thunder in Paradise" movies in something absurd like 4k, I'm pretty…

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  • Mad Max

    Mad Max

    ★★★★★

    "Mad Max" is a 1979 Ozploitation action film directed by George Miller. There probably isn't much explainer necessarily needed here as the film and its continuing series is a household staple up to today, especially with another film is due to hit theaters this year. The best served describer for this film is that of dystopian rather than apocalyptic, as the original "Mad Max" still had some surrounding civilization construct going on. "Mad Max 2/The Road Warrior" (1981) changes that…

  • The People That Time Forgot

    The People That Time Forgot

    ★★★½

    "The People That Time Forgot" is a 1977 adventure film directed by Kevin Connor. Connor made an assortment of bright and somewhat campy fantasy adventure films in the 1980, with many based upon infamous works of literature. "The People That Time Forgot" was notable a 1918 novel written by Edgar Rice Burroughs about a selection of travelers that are on a rescue mission for another grouping of travelers lost in a unknown prehistoric land. Obliviously to me before starting this…