A story about a normal human who is confronted with genius and it slowly drives him insane. I think I might like this movie so much because of my own psychological problems, but I definitely like it a lot.
Perhaps the definitive “neorealist” film, shot in the rubble of Occupied Rome just after the Nazis had left.
Maybe the first big blockbuster, somehow still leaving viewers flabbergasted a century later. Also one long missive about “cancel culture,,” basically.
A three-hour Taiwanese family drama where I lost track of many of the plot-lines and relationships, yet I’m still kind of obsessed with it.
Renée Jeanne Falconetti gives perhaps the greatest of all movie performances in this legendary silent film that feels like “an historical document from an era where cinema did not exist.”
Bikers, the open road, freedom, so many drugs. Who needs any story whatsoever? Well…
An extremely depressing Soviet World War II movie that is also probably a great work of art.
I spent most of this classic Best Picture winner checking to see how much time it had left. You may like it more if you are more into shirtless Clark Gable than I am.
John Huston’s final film adapts a short story by James Joyce about a party in 1904 Dublin.
Lots of beautiful Irish locations can’t save a movie that is incredibly long for the amount of story it has and includes a series of truly awful performances.