April’s movies reviewed, Twitter-style

And on we go…

  • Cairo Time (2009)
    Beautiful film. Alexander Siddig shows Patricia Clarkson a side of Cairo – and a side of herself – that she wasn’t aware of before.
  • Network (1967)
    Watched this the day after Sidney Lumet passed away. A powerful media-satire that hasn’t lost a bit of its relevance.
  • Almanya – Willkommen in Deutschland (2011)
    Formulaic and not terribly orginal, yes. But also sooo sweet and good-hearted! I loved it. (And I cried, of course…)
  • Last Days (2005)
    I’d say this is the most boring movie of all times, but that would make it slightly interesting, so it can’t possibly be the case.
  • Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist (2008)
    Oh, you know me, I just love these kinds of movies. Charming, funny, awkward. It’s like the Michael Cera of movies. With Michael Cera.
  • Fuck (2005)
    Talking heads documentary about the F-word that’s occasionally funny but doesn’t really say anything new or interesting.
  • Loong Boonmee raleuk chat (Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives) (2010)
    “Interesting” definitely describes this. I’m not so sure if “movie” does…
  • The Terminal (2004)
    This is actually a good movie! Why wasn’t I made aware of this earlier?
  • Copie conforme (Certified Copy) (2010)
    Watch this movie! The less I say about it the better. Also: I feel the urge to write, like, an essay about this movie. Watch it!
  • Cactus Flower (1969)
    See here. A lot of fun!

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