Film nerds of the world, unite!
Raiders of the Lost Ark 1981
Movie sin confession: this is my first time ever seeing Raiders of the Lost Ark.
It is every bit iconic as it is recognized today. Not much to add.
Spielberg is the boy genius of Hollywood.
War Pony 2022
Hands down my favorite genre of movie.
Everyday life in all its banality and misery explored in a uniquely magnificent way.
An awesome script with natural dialogues. I'm assuming most of the cast are not actual actors, which makes this an even more of a beautiful cinematic accomplishment.
Reminded me of American Honey. It's Reservation Dogs but with an actual plot, so it's much much better!
Riley Keough made us fall in love with her in Daisy Jones…
Affairs of the Art 2021
Found it on Youtube. For some reason it was dubbed in French. Didn't even know the original was in English until I saw the trailer.
But I absolutely loved it.
Laughed out loud from beginning to end. Amazing, unapologetic, brutally honest, messy little animation.
Loved every second of it.
As for the reviews here, I'm guessing the Letterboxd audience hasn't seen an animation past Bambi?