Not OBAMA swooping in to steal my good vibes at the end. 😫
I've been trying to put together how I feel about Minari. Reconciling the fact that I understand it is a truthful story beautifully rendered, with the coinciding fact that it made me feel pretty miserable. Maybe I was just in the wrong headspace when watching, because there are countless moments of light and hope, but something about this movie really hit me in an emotionally negative way that makes me reticent to revisit. 😢
It may be 01:14am, and I may be drunk, but I mean this sincerely and from the bottom of my heart.
Cinema does not get any more irreverent, more joyous, more camp, more musical, more sexy, more nostalgic, more genius than this.
Send it in to space, pass it on to the forming bacteria on Mars, preserve it at all costs.
Don't dream it, be it.
Guys am I fully trippin’ or was this kind of awful?
The No Man’s Land scene in Wonder Woman (2017) gave me chills and made me feel empowered. Literally every big moment that aimed to do that in 1984 made me cringe so fucking hard.
And when Kristen Wiig turned into Taylor Swift in Cats without *any* explanation, I actually felt my soul leave my body.
Also, did the action/CGI feel completely weightless to y’all? Like what the hell?
If nothing else, this is a movie that proves men really do be stealing women’s glow. 😕