The Last Ten Movies I Saw

1. The Card Counter* (Schrader) – A-
2. Short Cuts (Altman) – B+
3. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (Wiene) – A
4. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (Wiene) – A
5. Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (Lynch) – A
6. Our Hospitality (Keaton) – A+
7. Our Hospitality (Keaton) – A+
8. Sherlock Jr. (Keaton) – A+
9. Candyman* (DaCosta) – C
10. Housekeeping* (Forsyth) – A

* – first-time watch


About michaelgloversmith

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6 responses to “The Last Ten Movies I Saw

  • John Charet

    I love Short Cuts, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, Our Hospitality, Sherlock Jr. and Housekeeping 🙂 I have not seen The Card Counter or the Candyman remake yet 🙂 Anyway, keep up the great work as always 🙂

  • Joel Wicklund

    This appears to be the last 8 movies you saw! Glad to see you liked “The Card Counter.” After “First Reformed,” it seems Schrader is having a much-needed, late-career creative comeback. COVID theatrical exhibition vacuum has placed it in a lot of theaters, but making as much as it would have in a handful. Mainstream theaters are ghost towns unless a Marvel movie opens. Quite sad. “Housekeeping” is terrific, but hard to live up to that novel…my favorite.

    • michaelgloversmith

      It IS the last 8 movies I saw! There will be a lot of repeats on my lists going forward since I’m teaching 7(!) classes for the fall semester. Hope you get out of Twitter jail (or whatever it is)!

      • Joel Wicklund

        Still unclear if I was in Twitter jail or hacked (their piss-poor communication made me suspect it’s all data mining), but either way I declined to give them my phone number and decided to delete my account. No Twitter or FB until if and when I have something to promote. Realize I am missing out on some cultural bulletins, but this book influenced me a lot:

        Anyway, I will make a point to try and keep up with your work. Best of luck on the new film.

  • directdriver

    I consider Sherlock Jr. one of the greatest films ever made.

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