An amateur film viewer who is fulfilling my dream of catching up on films I have missed since I was a kid.
Hysterically bad in every way possible, Catwoman is a whirlwind of poorly made choices. First and definitely foremost: the awful spinning and constantly moving camera. This makes you 1. Dizzy, 2. Dumb and 3. Distracted. I just have to question why it was filmed like this. It was like watching an endless music video that never stopped. I absolutely despised the camerawork and wish it could be forgotten. Then we have the script which had really lame jokes and poor…
Visually stunning, unique, and special, Memories is a film that I hadn’t ever heard of. My friend Christina suggested we watch it, since we had also seen Ghost in the Shell, Perfect Blue and Millennium Actress together. I didn’t know what to expect and yes, the “Rose” story was probably the best and most developed with a lot of themes but the other two were just as fun or interesting. The commentary overall of celebrity, family, love, bombs, and military…
Still a gem of a movie. I am so pleased I found this on dvd and can watch it over and over again. Streisand is the star of the movie, but Kahn really keeps up with her. Nothing beats a good slapstick movie to pick your spirits up and nothing beats Streisand singing on a piano.
Also: how odd that I just knew it was exactly a year ago on April 4, 2020 when I saw this the first time and now it’s April 5, 2021! My body was ready!
Still one of the best films I have ever seen. Each character is so well done, from the script, to the expressions, to the mannerisms, to the actors. The camera work was fantastic, and the use of videotapes was so perfect here. They were applied very well for 1989. McDowell is by far my favorite here but watching it again and seeing little nuances of everyone was such a joy. For a film to be this deep about personalities and…