Bio: Letterboxd: AdamAtAmetrine
||Rocky (1976) - Sep 15, 2021
"Stallone didn't invent the underdog sports movie, but he sure as hell perfected it."
||Annette (2021) - Aug 30, 2021
"The first movie I've seen in a long time that felt like more of an experience than "just" a movie. Definitely not for everyone, and I was certainly skeptical in the beginning, but wow did it ever win me over. Give Adam Driver his Oscar right freaking now."
||All the President's Men (1976) - Aug 23, 2021
"An excellent story about journalism with some moments of pure brilliance, especially in its cinematography. Unfortunately, the storytelling just hasn't aged well, and was handled much better in projects inspired by this one, so it's a little hard to revisit in that regard."
||My Fellow Americans (1996) - Aug 21, 2021
"Well, I get why I'd never heard of this before now. But it's a pretty standard comedy from the time. It could have aged a lot more poorly than it did."
||The Bay (2012) - Aug 20, 2021
"I really wish we had been given more found footage movies like this. It's a genuinely disturbing mockumentary that captures the uncertainty and terror of a rapid outbreak. It's even more disturbing watching it in 2021."