Writer/Director of ‘A Homemade Film’ (2021).
Favourite Horror films
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Honestly it was serviceable as a bond film but it wasn’t anything great. Cinematography was on point though and the scene in the Norwegian woods was pretty good. I think Rami Maleks character had like no good screen time or real drive so the fact he plays such an important part in the Bond legacy is disappointing.
This was an absolute delight. The pace, the tone, the aesthetic, the dialogue, the simplicity. It’s beautiful, it was nearly a top ten contender.
I feel like Rohmer encapsulates early adult years of moping around a city, romanticising life and wearing a satchel. However, similar the fate of night shift worker Francois, I myself was incredible tired. Around the hour mark my eyes began to flutter closed but with only fourty minutes left of a film I had prejudged as…
This was near unwatchable and made me appreciate the first one for being competent in executing characters, narrative threads and genuine stakes. I can only imagine they get worse from here on out but there’s not a segment or sequence in this film in which redeems it to watchable. I can only imagine since it’s similar to Resident Evil 3 (the game) it has its fans through there.