Will Kronzer

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Favorite films

  • The Tree of Life
  • The Master
  • Brazil
  • Do the Right Thing

Recent activity

  • Drunken Master II


  • The Year Without a Santa Claus


  • Deliverance


  • Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town


Pinned reviews

  • Buffalo '66

    Buffalo '66


      “You adore me, you love me, you cherish me, Jesus Christ you can't live without me.”

    This review will be fairly sloppy, and somewhat personal so excuse the quality :)

    It’s been sixteen hours now, since I watched Buffalo ‘66, and it’s still on my mind. I can’t stop thinking about all the wonderful moments in the film, from an incredible dinner scene, the bowling scene, or the last 40 minutes entirely. It’s a film that, unexpectedly, grabbed me immediately, and…

  • The Tree of Life

    The Tree of Life


    “The only way to be truly happy is to love.  Unless you love, your life will flash by.”

    Terrence Malick has always been a filmmaker to focus on the intricacies of the human condition, while simultaneously painting expansive, and undeniably gorgeous canvases. His focus on the elements of nature, in all their pastoral glory, backdropped by characters with unparalleled resonance. These and so many more of Malick’s visual characteristics are ones that have ingrained themselves into filmmaking forever, paving way…

Recent reviews

  • The Empire Strikes Back

    The Empire Strikes Back


    I’ve gotta revisit these movies

  • Killers of the Flower Moon

    Killers of the Flower Moon


    Even better on rewatch. Also Robbie Robertson’s score is superb, maybe the best in a Scorsese film besides Bernard Herrmann’s score for Taxi Driver

Popular reviews

  • Space Cop

    Space Cop


    I can’t believe RedLetterMedia got a star as big as Rich fucking Evans to star in their movie!

  • Capitalism: A Love Story

    Capitalism: A Love Story


    “I refuse to live in a country like this, and I'm not leaving.”

    Best: Terrific editing, topic, writing, music
    Worst: Pacing issues
    Notable Bit: Michael Moore held the Detroit premiere in the movie theater located in the same building as the General Motors headquarters. He was denied entrance to his own premiere, once again, until he came in without cameramen and press a few hours later.