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Christiane F.   8/08/20
by cricket
Even people who would normally be called extras, they are just people that happen to be caught on film.

The Irishman   12/01/19
by cricket
You have to wonder if this was a swan song of sorts for the director and some of the cast, and with the way the movie plays out there's a parallel.

The Aviator   10/08/18
by cricket
Going into it this time, one thing that piqued my interest was how they portrayed the filming of Hell's Angels, a good movie I just watched a couple of years ago.

Pan's Labyrinth   7/15/18
by cricket
This and The Shape of Water are two of the best looking movies I've ever seen.

Phoenix   4/08/18
by cricket
I'm not even sure why I'm mentioning it because it's more of an afterthought now, but at the time, even though it gained my interest, it had me wondering about the quality of the movie going forward.

In the Mood for Love   2/26/18
by cricket
As a long time member of my watchlist, and 1 of just 2 movies in this Hall of Fame I hadn't previously seen, this was the nomination I was most looking forward to.

3 Days of the Condor   10/24/17
by cricket
I believe this was the last movie I watched back for the 70's countdown.

The Ghost and Mrs. Muir   6/20/17
by cricket
I had a hard time in the beginning buying into the story, and that kept me from becoming completely engaged for over half the movie.

Dances with Wolves   4/29/17
by cricket
This was my first time seeing this movie, along with Schindler's List, probably the biggest movie I hadn't seen up to this point.

The Hunt   4/18/17
by cricket
Most movies dealing with this subject matter are more graphic in some way, and it's a credit to the director for making such an upsetting movie without ever making it exploitive.


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