Tag: Pan’s Labyrinth
This past decade in film has been the one most associated with my growing adulthood. There were a lot of firsts, like my first Marx brothers comedy (Duck Soup, 1933), my first exposure to Ingrid Bergman (Casablanca, 1942), and my first Akira Kurosawa masterpiece (Ran, 1985). There were also a few lasts in the 2000s, for instance my (and everyone else’s) last Marlon Brando movie appearance in 2001’s The Score and my final belief in Orlando Bloom’s career (really dude, when are you gonna live up to all the Lord of the Rings promise?). I’ve also seen my last Twilight movie; you can rest assured that after my initial viewing of New Moon, I am permanently turned off of this entire series for the remainder of its lowly existence.