Jim Jarmusch is like Wes Anderson to me, in that it may take me awhile to get used to his style of cinema. Jarmusch, like Anderson, makes very idiosyncratic, independent, films that are well written and directed, but are also filled with quirky, deadpan humor, and scenes that seem to be pointless, which not all find appealing. But regardless of that I liked "Mystery Train" in all of it's strangeness!
This is my third entry in my Jim Jarmusch Journey,…
IT is good.
I know I'm a little late with this one, and sorry that I haven't been writing any reviews lately. I really hate it, but I've been too caught up in other things. I actually saw this film quite a while ago around when it came out, but by now every review on Letterboxd is about Blade Runner. This review will just be lost. Like tears in the rain. Oh Well.
So I saw IT and what did…
BEST. ENDING. EVER!
I've stated in my other reviews, that Antonioni is very hit or miss for me. Whatever he does I either love it or hate, and this movie is a prime example of just how I feel about the director overall. I think I'm getting a better understanding of Antonioni however, I've been trying to watch more from him, return to some of his past films I didn't care for, and have a slightly better taste in his…