Recently I've been revisiting some of my favourite films from legendary filmmaker Ingmar Bergman, whom Woody Allen called the greatest filmmaker of all time. And rightly so. His movies are amazing, unforgettable, and freaking awesome. The lowest rating I've given to any of his movies was a 6 (bordering on 7), and so far I've seen a lot of his movies. These are the Bergman movies I've seen: Crisis, Port of Call, Summer with Monika, Sawdust and Tin … Read More
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I previously worked for a movie theatre chain, so I like your posts regarding movies. Keep up the good work!
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