It’s the end of the month, so it’s time for my list of the best movies I saw for the first time in June.
10.) Liebelei directed by Max Ophuls, 1933 (seen on YouTube)
9.) An Actor’s Revenge directed by Kon Ichikawa, 1963 (seen on The Criterion Channel)
8.) Under the Silver Lake directed by David Robert Mitchell, 2018 (seen through Redbox)
7.) Images directed by Robert Altman, 1972 (seen on Shudder)
6.) Jubal directed by Demer Daves, 1956 (seen on The Criterion Channel)
5.) Toy Story 4 directed by Josh Cooley, 2019 (seen in theaters)
4.) American Honey directed by Andrea Arnold, 2016 (seen on Netflix)
3.) Murder by Contract directed by Irving Lerner, 1958 (seen on The Criterion Channel)
2.) Moses and Aaron directed by Jean-Marie Straub & Daniele Huillet, 1975 (seen on Mubi)
1.) Phantom of the Paradise directed by Brian De Palma, 1974 (seen on Shudder)
Runner-ups: Boy Erased, Fist of Fury, Human Desire, In a Better World, Last Night, Late Night, The Lineup, Nineteen Eighty-Four, Othon, Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion, The Sapphires, Tampopo, and To Sleep with Anger.
Best short film: ANIMA directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, 2049 (seen on Netflix)
Special commendations for non-films that I saw this month that are on Letterboxd.
The Clock, 2010 (watched various clips all over the internet)
Good Omens, 2019 (seen on Amazon Prime)
When They See Us, 2019 (seen on Netflix)
Worst film: Inferno directed by Ron Howard, 2016 (seen through my local library)
Hope you all have fun posting here today and have a great night.