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Two Days, One Night
6 days ago via Movies on iPhone

To me, the magic of this movie lies in its virtually perfect screenwriting. The premise, escalation, main character's final decision, were all masterful. Cotillard is great and believable in it, but the visuals of this film are understated and not the focus. Thank you Criterion Collection for introducing me to this film!

Everything is Illuminated
26 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Plot was draggy but the Gogol Bordello guy (and the dog) stole the show.

Beats Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest
32 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

If you're a huge fan of Tribe you will wet your pants watching this. If you're just a regular hip-hop fan like me it's aight, fun enough. You get a playful, frank, intimate look into their origins, rise, and fall, and into the relationships between the members and particularly the tension between the brilliant, messianic, somewhat oblivious Q-Tip and the headstrong, straight-talking, more human and relatable Phife Dawg, whose close childhood friendship and complementary talents generate much of the energy and vibe of the band, but whose irreconcilable differences ultimately lead to the demise of the group.

Look Who's Back (Er Ist Wieder Da)
41 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Brilliant premise, I had to watch it immediately after reading the synopsis (that never happens!) The plot was a little thin, but the dialogue, speechwriting, and of course the Hitler guy's acting was superb. Thoroughly convincing, you find yourself descending into the doubt and madness too.

There are several uproariously funny moments. If you're watching this while eating, as I did, prepare lots of napkins because there will be spray everywhere.