Well, sorry about my break from this blog. It took nearly two years and a global pandemic for me to start writing on this blog again, but it does feel good to be back. If any of you have been following me on Letterboxd, you will know that I have been posting my thoughts on film there exclusively in an albeit shorter and more “stream of consciousness” fashion. However, with the fact that all of us in America will not be leaving our houses for a while and with my University going all-online for at least the rest of the semester. I don’t think that there is any better way to take advantage of this time to write longer reviews about movies. With Universal releasing Emma, The Invisible Man, and The Hunt on VOD tomorrow, I expect to write a review on at least one of these (I know that the image for this post I picked should have been related to those three movies, but instead, I’ll use it as a way to recommend Céline Sciamma’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire, the best film I saw last year). To close this post out, everyone please stay safe (and indoors) and try to keep busy by watching some good movies. There really isn’t a better time to sign up for the Criterion Channel than right now!
Until next time,