I must not fear, fear is the mind killer
Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Dune’ is a masterpiece in every conceivable way imaginable. For a fair bit of time I have been hotly anticipating the arrival of Dune, and now it’s here. It was so surreal watching it. First off I was just blown away by the sheer scale of the film. It’s quite possibly the most grand film to have come out since The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
If I was…
Fare Thee Well
there’s a reason this has remained my favourite film of all time for so long. I’ve never connected to a piece of media before unlike this. The Coen Brothers show life for those that have it down on their luck, what depression truly is like. It isn’t “sadness” it’s guilt, it’s sorrow with every passing day. Trying to run away from yourself.
It’s how Llewyn Davis cope’s with defeat. With each anchor in life comes a new challenge, something to get back up! Llewyn never becomes defeated, and that’s just something that changed my life, and made me cope with my depression.
That was the best CBM ever, like damn nothing can top The Suicide Squad.
I purposely went into TSS with low expectations, because that’s the best way to watch movies, and woah I was just floored by how perfect this is.
The jokes landed, the dramatic scenes hit and when the film wanted to me cry, oh I cried, multiple times.
James Gunn is a master of the CBM genre, and whatever his next film is I’ll be there opening…