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Matthew has written 12 reviews for films with no rating.

  • Persona


    Most likely, I’ll revisit this with newfound appreciation and respect for this film in a couple years. As of right now though, I think it’s pretty good.

  • Peppermint Candy

    Peppermint Candy


  • The Night of the Hunter

    The Night of the Hunter

    Film #14 of Alphabet April

    Child performances are bad and questionable character decisions are annoying. What else is new?

  • El Topo

    El Topo

    Film #5 of Alphabet April

    Yeah I have no clue what to say about this. I can’t call it a mess, because this is obviously Jodorosky’s vision, and he made the film he wanted to make. I can’t criticize this film without feeling like I’m dumb or that I’m missing something. All I can say is that I REALLY did not like it.

  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    Third rewatch and it now does nothing for me. I couldn’t even finish it. It’s still a great movie, but it feels empty now.

  • A Rainy Day in New York

    A Rainy Day in New York

    I’m so upset with Amazon, dude. This is a completed film hundreds of talented people worked hard on. I hope Netflix picks this up or something, because it’d be a shame if we never see this released.

  • The Raid

    The Raid

    did not finish.

  • Bad News Bears

    Bad News Bears

    When I was 8, this was my favorite film of all time. Big yikes

  • Stop Making Sense

    Stop Making Sense

    I guess I have to be a Talking Heads fan to get into this? I kinda liked it, but I feel like it wasn’t made for me

  • Detachment


    As someone currently going through the American education system, this film is fucking stupid. I hated it. Not even a fantastic performance by Brody can save it. Turned it off 30 minutes in. For a film that supposed to be emotional, all I felt was de-

  • Dog Eat Dog

    Dog Eat Dog

    “Dog Eat Dog Eat Dog”

  • Untitled Star Trek Project

    Untitled Star Trek Project

    No way he’s retiring with this as his tenth film,