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"There are so many things I want to do, but I end up doing not much."

This is a quote from arguably my favorite movie, and one that has always resonated with me. Why? 501 more words


Movie Review: The Before Trilogy

Hi guys! Happy Friday! :) It is still Friday (it’s currently 11:09 as I type this: I did not use my time wisely today but I still wanted to get this out.) 699 more words


Movie Review: Before Trilogy

  1. Before Sunrise (1995)
  2. Before Sunset (2004)
  3. Before Midnight (2013)

I have to say that I’m really not a romance genre type of person when it comes to movies. 306 more words

A Canadian in Paris


Lost in Paris

(Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon, France/Belgium, 2016)

There’s no shortage of cinematic love-letters to Paris, from the boundless acrobatics of Gene Kelly in An American in Paris to the wistful naval-gazing of Woody Allen in Midnight in Paris, by way of genre gold standard Before Sunset. 547 more words


Adams and Jefferson on Movies: The Before Trilogy Criterion Edition (1995, 2004, 2013)


It’s going on 22 years since the first of these films was released. I never watched any of them. Seemed a little too arty. By the time they released the third film, I had been married for 11 years. 3,637 more words


Before Sunset (2004) "How Have I Changed?"


DIRECTOR: Richard Linklater

Nine years have past since Jesse (Hawke) and Celine (Delpy) have met and they are at two different places in life. 455 more words


Revisiting Before Sunrise

Despite premiering 19 years prior to my first viewing of it, I immediately developed a special, personal connection to Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise (1995), as someone who was the same age as Ethan Hawke’s Jesse, with similar concerns about personal and professional ideals just coming out of college and entering adulthood. 982 more words