Films and TV enthusiast.
Memories of Murder 2003
"What did he look like?"
"Well... kind of plain."
"In what way?"
I remember watching Memories of Murder first immediately after seeing Parasite in 2019 and I loved it back then, however this viewing made my admiration for the film grow further. Should have been Bong's first Oscar win. His direction throughout is just as fire as it is now.
The plot is far more riveting than I remember it to be. The atmosphere throughout has this spooky…
City Lights 1931
Absolutely incredible and beloved for all the right reasons. The first Chaplin film that made me really thrilled during several scenes. I could name so many memorable moments such as Tramp saving the millionaire from committing suicide or the classic boxing match. Just a perfect film for me.
That ending was so beautiful, a tearjerker, and I just couldn't have asked for anything better.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse 2023
the only "flaw" this masterpiece has is that it ends. i mean this was the best 2 hours of my life and you're just going to go away and tell me to come back for the next movie? nooooooooo! will absolutely be seated for that though!
Mary and Max 2009
"You are my best friend. You are my only friend."
Honestly, the movie left me speechless. It's dark, funny, just really sad and in some ways I related to the characters. Mary and Max are both not perfect just like any of us. They're both lonely and long for friendship. So they write letters to each other where they share about their life and become pen pals. It's wonderful. The voice acting is so great and the animation too. The film is very overlooked and I think everyone should watch it.
A Nightmare on Elm Street 1984
No thoughts, just Glen Lantz falling asleep with his headphones on.