Watched by Jeremy Elmkies 21 Jul 2021
Idk why I chose to watch the last movie in the trilogy first but here we are
★★★★ Watched by Jeremy Elmkies 07 Jul 2021
Few filmmakers know how to electrify and authenticate an environment like Spike.
★★★★ Rewatched by Jeremy Elmkies 05 Jul 2021
The first movie of this series is fucking GOATed and De Palma doesn’t get enough credit.
★★★★★ Watched by Jeremy Elmkies 27 Jun 2021
No movie will simultaneously inspire and discourage you from picking up the pen at the same time, this brilliantly...
★★★★ Watched by Jeremy Elmkies 19 Jun 2021
Jonathan Banks consistently playing some of the most chilling characters streaming on Netflix.
★★★ Watched by Jeremy Elmkies 08 Jun 2021 6
Was so sure this was better than the first one UNTIL the ending.
★★★★ Rewatched by Jeremy Elmkies 08 Jun 2021
This is the greatest movie of all time accompanied with the greatest lead performances of all time. Any other picks are just bullshit.
★★★ Watched by Jeremy Elmkies 07 Jun 2021
The most popular movie on Letterboxd I somehow never saw til today.
★★★ Rewatched by Jeremy Elmkies 05 Jun 2021
The anti Semitic subtext here is actually kinda fascinating
Watched by Jeremy Elmkies 04 Jun 2021
Bo Burnham: “when I was 27 I built a birdhouse with my mom.”
Yeah, but you also made Eighth Grade and that was one of the best movies in recent years, so don’t be too hard on yourself, Bo.
★★★★ Rewatched by Jeremy Elmkies 02 Jun 2021
Never get tired of this one.
If Uncut Gems and Punch-Drunk Love are Sandler’s greatest movies (and they are) then Happy Gilmore is certainly his funniest.
★★★★★ Rewatched by Jeremy Elmkies 25 May 2021
I really hope Wes and Noah work together again some day.
I think the juxtaposition between the rabid dog confrontation and the karate chop is some of the finest editing I’ve seen in any animation.