It’s the end of the month, so it’s time for the best movies I watched for the first time in September.
10.) A Little Princess directed by Alfonso Cuaron, 1995 (seen on Hulu)
9.) Velvet Goldmine directed by Todd Haynes, 1998 (seen on TV)
8.) George Harrison: Living in the Material World directed by Martin Scorsese, 2011 (seen on Netflix)
7.) Amazing Grace directed by Sydney Pollack, 2018 (rented from my local library)
6.) War and Peace directed by King Vidor, 1956 (seen on Amazon Prime)
5.) Hustlers directed by Lorene Scafaria, 2019 (seen in theaters)
4.) Extraordinary Stories directed by Mariano Llinas, 2008 (rented from Amazon Prime)
3.) The End of Evangelion directed by Kazuya Tsurumaki & Hideaki Anno, 1997 (seen on Netflix)
2.) The Last Black Man in San Francisco directed by Joe Talbot, 2019 (rented from Redbox)
1.) Ad Astra directed by James Gray, 2019 (seen in theaters)
Other recommended films: Adua and Her Friends, Battle Without Humanity and Honor, The Bed Sitting Room, Brittany Runs a Marathon, A Chinese Odyssey Part One: Pandora’s Box, A Chinese Odyssey Part Two: Cinderella, The Day He Arrives, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, The Go-Between, It Chapter Two, The Knack… and How to Get It, Mademoiselle, Moby Dick (1956), Point of Order!, Robin and Marian, Romeo Is Bleeding, Sunset Song, and Too Early/Too Late.
Best short film: A Burlesque on Carmen directed by Charlie Chaplin, 1915 (seen on YouTube)
Worst film: Desperation Highway directed by Matthew Ross, 1998 (rented from my local library)
(this film is so obscure and shitty, I couldn’t even find a proper screenshot for it)
Hope you all have fun posting here tonight and have a great night.