Like with 1917, the second viewing on films like these can't help but feel a little disappointing without the intensity and shock that comes with seeing it for the first time. Still, it's an excellent piece of filmmaking from start to finish. It will surely go down as a classic and one of the Sand Mans finest roles.
Lockdown III Viewing #21
Watched 85% of the movie and felt like I got more than enough out of it. Its cute without ever being mature, and silly without being overdone. Sandler and his boys always look like they're just out there having the time of their life, and who can fault them for that.
Lockdown III Viewing #20
You know at first I thought this was just a 'day in the life' kind of movie where we'd see a nice little story for each of the main characters and bobs your uncle. However this turned out to be a powerful comment on the control that men have over the disadvantaged in Turkish culture (and really all over the planet).
A beautiful reminder that no matter the age, sex or place in the world, we're all human
Amazingly, uproariously superb. An honest depiction of the power of imagination and the beauty in creativity. I knew Kyle Mooney could make me laugh but I had NO idea he could make me feel so much. There is so much innocence and purity in not only his performance but in those of the cast around him. It's a special kind of film. One that just so happened to be perfectly imbued on all levels from the creative team. We need…