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Top 4 is just recent favourites
M. Night Shyamalan has blessed his children with an enchantingly heart-rending thriller and it saddens me to witness his public persecution by the most cynical pretentious people on letterboxd. Every shot, every spoken word, every moment is SO meaningful. It's the type of film that makes me remember how important it is to hold loved ones close. I often find myself getting caught up in the future. It takes a certain type of film to drag me out of that…
"This Ryan better be worth it. He'd better go home and cure some disease or invent a longer lasting lightbulb or something."
This is almost 1917 in reverse. Noone would think twice before sending a couple men to risk their lives for the sake of hundreds. But what if the mission were to send a group of men to risk their lives for the sake of one life?
Steven Spielberg visually exhibits the terrifying horrors of one of histories darkest…
Have you ever tried explaining a really wack nightmare you had to someone and could never find the words to express what happened? That's what I feel like now as I'm writing this review.
House made me experience something I never thought was possible while being conscious. This truely surreal film is so beautifully crafted - I love it.