Taking a break
18 year old filmmaker from Maryland.
Woody Allen enthusiast.
Hey everyone. Just wanted to say hi and mention that I'm probably never coming back to this site, so feel free to unfollow and bump up your ratios :)
College is great and I'm really learning a ton about film. I'm still writing, but now I get published on laloyolan.com and highonfilms.com instead of on here. Feel free to add me on Facebook if you want to see my reviews (I put links up).
Anyways, see you never.
Why Annie Hall is the Greatest Motion Picture of All Time*
Right now, I’m sitting alone in a dark room – blaring the soundtrack for Café Society and preparing myself for my screening of it tomorrow – trying to wrap my head around how to accurately describe my feelings for Annie Hall. It is a film that I borderline worship, one that I never stop laughing it, one that I watch practically every month. It is a film I quote…
I've spent the last week or so reflecting on exactly what makes Carol, the story of two women who sprint against normality in the 50's, so great. Yes, the story is intriguing, but there was something within Todd Haynes' new picture that stretches beyond that. It wasn't the cinematography, the editing, the costume design, the score... but rather, it was the blissful combination of literally everything that makes Carol so perfect.