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A masterpiece, the only flaw is that color film was introduced years before Paper Moon was filmed, yet the picture is black and white.
The 80s and teen films. Little Darlings is fantastic, go watch it.
An American Crime
Not detailed enough, but nonetheless, a great portrayal of this tragic story.
The characterisation sure seemed a little too easy, as Shirley really did look like a Geisha. The storyline though, very sixties. I won’t see it again.
Where Love Has Gone
Expected so much more.
The 60s biopic is not entirely accurate, especially the sickness and death part. Tedious too.
Where the Wild Things Are
If you’re over 10, you won’t find it interesting. Adorable and inspiring at times.
A disaster film not so disastrous, yet not worth remembering or even watching.
The Motel Life
Good at parts, terrible at others. Definitely not a film I’ll ever see again.
The MTV version staring Erika Christensen and Katherine Heigl is boring, over-dramatic and yet kind of satisfying.