Lost in the Movies: #WatchlistScreenCaps, 9/9 - 9/21

#WatchlistScreenCaps, 9/9 - 9/21

Here are the last ten films I watched, with a screen-captured image and quick sentence on the subject. Visit my #WatchlistScreenCaps archive for more arresting images. Links below are to my post on the film in question.

So many fragments of fleeting beauty - why choose only one?
It's Such a Beautiful Day (2012), dir. Don Hertzfeldt
viewed September 9, 2013

On September 15 & 16, I held a two-day viewing marathon of features, shorts, video essays, and miniseries episodes, which has been collected in a separate entry.

Could have been more disturbing without the twist, actually
Black Button (2007), dir. Lucas Crandles
viewed September 19, 2013

Gimmick (big man with little ego) earns pathos as it goes
Dennis (2007), dir. Mads Matthieson
viewed September 19, 2013

As with many shorts, I wish there was more time to explore the ramifications of the hook
Inseperable (2007), dir. Nick White
viewed September 19, 2013

L'Amour Mélancolique
Hotel Chevalier (2007), dir. Wes Anderson
viewed September 19, 2013

Little sailor of the seas, floating on a park bench in Lynn, Massachusetts, or else in a dream
The Master (2012), dir. Paul Thomas Anderson
viewed September 19, 2013

An effective exercise in terrifying movement
Mama (2008), dir. Andrés Muschietti
viewed September 20, 2013

Guns don't kill people, Dilbert kills people
Dilbert 3 (2012), dir. CBoyardee
viewed September 20, 2013

Swimming through the sights & sounds of British cinema
Swimmer (2012), dir. Lynne Ramsay
viewed September 20, 2013

Exploring the wonders in the dark
London Trip, August 7 - 12, 2013 (2013), dir. Melanie Juliano
viewed September 21, 2013

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