If the movie has a sense of freedom, I probably love it
Two girls watch a story play out, eventually become tired of it, and jump into the narrative to change it, swirl it around. This is the only cohesive way I can describe what I just witnessed.
It’s as if all the films I’ve seen in my life have a been brought together for a celebration of cinema itself. This film draws you to compare it with other films, it tempts you into thinking you’ve seen this before, with the words,…
A HUGE fucking “BRUH”
THE best movie about America, ever.
Altman has won me over completely already.
A behemoth of a film, although there have been many films to have been children to this (most notably PTA’s Boogie Nights and Magnolia) it feels like one of a kind. Never seen authenticity like this on film. I love Altman’s decision to not focus on one individual in ANY crowd shot, our main character is just a person out of many, and…