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Favorites: best first watches of last month
Memories of Matsuko 2006
“The rain here never seemed to stop.”
I was introduced to Matsuko, I sympathized with her, I cried for her, I ached for her, and I grieved for her, all within 130 minutes.
Memories of Matsuko tells the story of Matsuko, and how her life ends of being a tragedy. As audiences, we connect to her more than anyone in her life. We see her as a kid, pure and innocent, full of life. She is affected by one person, her…
Tokyo Sonata 2008
“How wonderful it would be if my whole life so far turns out to have been a dream, and suddenly I wake up and I’m someone else entirely.”
Trains pass by your house in seconds, just like your life passes by before your eyes. You’re too old to start over but too young to die. So, you don’t want to be yourself anymore, you reflect your anger and fear of failure onto the people who love you. Instead of supporting…
Night of the Creeps 1986
“Detective, thrill me.”
A cult classic and 90 minutes of genuine fun. Night of the Creeps is aware of itself and isn’t shy to admit it. It definitely was the perfect choice for me to watch, as I was in the mood for an entertaining ‘80s horror/comedy flick. My dad absolutely hated it for some reason, but I had a great time.
The Death of Stalin 2017
“Right, what's a war hero got to do to get some lubrication around here?”
The Death of Stalin might have the best ensemble cast for a historical satire. Hooked from start to finish, and a ride full of chuckles. Never thought a film about Stalin’s death could make me laugh out loud, but here we are. Also, the fake nose made Steve Buscemi resemble William H. Macy.
Friends: The Reunion 2021
WHERE WAS PAUL RUDD