The Last Ten Movies I Saw

1. The Big Heat (Lang) – A+
2. Easy Money (Signorelli) – B+
3. Midsommar* (Aster) – C-
4. Tales From the Crypt* (Francis) – B
5. Summer of 84* (Simard/Whissell/Whissell) – D+
6. Fly Away Home* (Ballard) – B
7. The Cool World* (Clarke) – B+
8. Human Desire* (Lang) – A
9. Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice* (Mazursky) – B
10. Model Shop* (Demy) – A-

* First-time watch

About michaelgloversmith

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3 responses to “The Last Ten Movies I Saw

  • Omar Pineda

    Where were you able to see The Cool World? I’ve been looking for a copy. Pretty soon I’ll start reading the novel it’s based on.

    Last Ten Movies I Saw
    1. The Perks of Being a Wallflower (Chbosky)
    2. Ganja & Hess (Gunn)
    3. Wake in Fright (Kotcheff)
    4. Effects (Nelson)
    5. Jay and Silent Bob Reboot (Smith)
    6. The Invention of Lying (Gervais)
    7. Bambi (Algar/Armstrong/Hand/Heid/ Roberts/ Satterfield/Wright/Davis/Geronimi)
    8. First kill (Schrijber)
    9. Harmontown (Berkeley)
    10. Senorita Extraviada (Portillo)

  • Dorian Pimpernel

    Michael,

    It’s been a couple months since I checked in ~ I love that your adding ratings to The Last Ten. And on that note, I can now deduce you are one of the few not gushing over MIDSOMMAR. To me that picture didn’t contain a single surprise or revelation, an artistic crime for a film that can only be called pseudo folk horror. There’s is certainly a lot to like in the mise-en-scene, but the film ultimately owes more to HOSTEL than the classic WICKER MAN.

    I recently picked the up the Warner Archive blu-ray of Lang’s MOONFLEET. Clearly you love Lang! A neglected gem of garish seaside expressionism in my book ~ curious of your take on it.

    Peace & Love from Mpls
    Dorian

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