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“Why didn’t we exchange numbers?” He asks.
“We were young and stupid. I guess when you are young you just believe there will be many people with whom you connect with.
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Richard Linklater’s films create a cultural significance for those who watch them. With Slacker he inspired filmmakers, including one of my personal favorites Kevin Smith. With… 919 more words
To declare Boyhood (directed by the great Richard Linklater) the best film of the summer is an understatement of epic proportions. I can confidently say that the film is not only the best film of the summer, the year, the current decade, but one of the greatest films that has ever graced itself upon cinema. 1,164 more words
According to my Letterboxd, it’s closing in on a year since I’ve last watched Sunrise and Sunset in full. And after last year, where these films were definitely something that got me through it all and will be one of the strongest memories of my senior year in years to come, where Jesse and Celine became like old friends, that’s pretty surprising for me. 412 more words
This piece was originally published as part of my Critics Campus coverage for the 2014 Melbourne International Film Festival.
A long, sunbaked lunch is the philosophical centerpiece of Richard Linklater’s… 1,113 more words