Month in Review: June 2012

1. Through the Olive Trees

2. Life, and Nothing More…

3. We Need to Talk About Kevin

4. Breakfast at Tiffany’s

5. I Was a Male War Bride

6. Kandahar (2001)

7. Bernie (2012)

8. Monkey Business (1952)

9. My Fair Lady

10. Moonrise Kingdom

11. Trollhunter

12. Women’s Prison (2002)

13. Brave

14. Delicatessen

15. Marooned in Iraq

16. Five Dedicated to Ozu

17. The Good, The Bad, The Weird

Rewatched:

The Matrix

Days of Heaven

  • http://1001plus.blogspot.com/ SJHoneywell

    Either a lot of those films are truly great, or I like Delicatessen a lot more than you do. Ditto Good/Bad/Weird.

    • James Blake Ewing

      You like those a lot more than me. I though Delicatessen was cute, but I didn’t find myself impressed by it overall. Last act in particular was just…okay.

      The Good, The Bad, The Weird is a film perpetuated by violence for the sake of spectacle. There’s no real motivation for the characters to do a lot of what they do and there are a lot of moments I thought were silly in a stupid way.

  • 1SO from Filmspotting

    Glad to find someone else who watched Kandahar. I hope you’re able to get a copy of that director’s masterpiece, Salaam Cinema. Gabbah is also worth your time.

    Aside from that, really surprised Breakfast at Tiffany’s was so high. I found it to be one of the most outdated and over-coded films I watched recently.

  • http://magnoliaforever.wordpress.com/ Tyler

    I think Delicatessen is one of the best comedies ever made. Cruelly underrated film. Even if you don’t like it as much as I do, I’m happy people are watching it at least. Amazingly good movie.