My review writing is poor. If you ever read one of them, haha but also sorry.
Whoa! Maybe I’m high on the spice but this was absolutely incredible and as perfect an adaptation to the source material as you’re ever going to find, ever. This is Peter Jackson level shit.
Denis Villanueve clearly has a passion for Frank Herbert’s work. There have been no cut corners. No offshoot ideas to try and string together the story simpler. He is going all out. And my gods is it worth it.
If part 2 fulfills its destiny, much…
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It’s like if Taxi Driver took place in LA. It’s brighter. Flashier. Sexier. However the isolated dynamic remains.
The unnamed protagonist lives alone and all he does is drive. Whether it be for movie stunts, a semi professional stock car, a getaway driver, or to pick up groceries, he just drives. Ryan Gosling’s unnamed protagonist is the story of a guy longing for some kind of human companionship. The musical score, which is among the most memorable and simply best…