• Zappa

    Zappa

    All in all delivered more than I expected.
    Jam packed with clips, all put together pretty well.
    I like how Zappa himself feels like the narrator.

  • Revenge

    Revenge

    Feels more like a 50s movie than from 1964. That said, good stuff! Delivering finale!

  • Jiu Jitsu

    Jiu Jitsu

    Bootleg Predator lacking everything that made its forerunner good.
    A lot of action, but no emotional content. Nonsensical scene transitions were jarring throughout.
    JuJu Chan is cool, but damn that romance was awkward.

  • The Towering Inferno

    The Towering Inferno

    There are pretty horrific things happening in this movie, but there is an emotional distance to it all. Maybe it's just how the spectacle-movies of the days were told.
    Despite almost 3 hours long, did not feel that heavy.

  • Sans Soleil

    Sans Soleil

    "He told me the story of the dog Hachiko."
    There is _a lot_ of Japan exoticism in this movie. But the images and narration fit so well together, and push all the right buttons for me.
    When I return to Japan, I also revisit all "my places", to check if they still are as they are in my memories.
    I will now watch a kpop-video, one of the most transient things in existence.

  • Happy People: A Year in the Taiga

    Happy People: A Year in the Taiga

    A pleasant year in the taiga. So chill to just hang out with this movie.

  • Fireball: Visitors From Darker Worlds

    Fireball: Visitors From Darker Worlds

    Favorite bits were the Norwegian jazz-guy, and the Antarctica-part.
    Good narration as always.

  • Cave of Forgotten Dreams

    Cave of Forgotten Dreams

    Herzog's interests pull me in.

  • Eega

    Eega

    When the fly gets going, it's pure joy!
    Maybe has the best training montage in cinema history.

  • Die Zombiejäger

    Die Zombiejäger

    Always nice to see a homemade movie.
    Too much focus on the action, which was horrible.
    Nice makeup effects!

  • Nomad: In the Footsteps of Bruce Chatwin

    Nomad: In the Footsteps of Bruce Chatwin

    Nice when Herzog gets more personal.

  • Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World

    Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World

    A mile wide but inch deep.
    I love Herzog though, always comes in from an interesting place.