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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Noli Manaig's rating of the film The Thoughts That Once We Had

    Deleuzian. Quite literally. Its catalogue of quotations is Godardian, too. (cf. Histoire(s) du Cinema)

  2. nematomaranka's rating of the film The Thoughts That Once We Had

    I don't know why this film is what it is. but it has the future.

  3. Mario Tomchev's rating of the film The Thoughts That Once We Had

    Truly personal and life/film-affirming

  4. Samuel Andrade's rating of the film The Thoughts That Once We Had

    "for those who have nothing, Cinema must be restored."

  5. El Biffo's rating of the film The Thoughts That Once We Had

    Another brilliant Film On Film essay by Thom Anderson. Includes a series of clips of my hero, Timothy Carey. And so much other great stuff, for those of us who love cinema.

  6. le Gars's rating of the film The Thoughts That Once We Had

  7. José Neves's rating of the film The Thoughts That Once We Had

    "Better by far you should forget and smile". Rossetti's verse that follows the film tittle is not followed to the letter in a film that presents the thoughts that we once had by refusing to forget. However, the meaning of the poem is literally followed: it's the light of an ethical act that revisits some film history, especially the one inscribed in human history, directly or through an affective aesthetic stretch.

  8. Neil Bahadur's rating of the film The Thoughts That Once We Had

    at thom's q&a, he mentioned the original title was "great moments from the cinema" so my only complaint would be this change - the current title implies that cinema is of the past, while the film itself implies that cinema is very much of the future