4- Very Good
1.5- Very Bad
0.5- Burn it
A bisexual Jewish woman attends a family Shiva where she encounters her ex-girlfriend and current sugar daddy which sounds like something out of an old dad joke come to think of it.
Jewish humor and an omnipotent anxioussness permeates this film through and through. The humor is Jewish because it's dark. It represents itself in a way that both the audience and the film aren't self aware of the humor. It's sub conscious but always there. There are plenty of…
This did exactly what I wanted!!!
Monke and lizard duke it out in epic set piece after epic set piece. My favourite film in this monster verse is still 2014's Godzilla as it managed to set up a compelling story along with epic destruction. Everything else failed dismally on the human characters as has been noted by many people. Although this film still cuts back to boring humans whom we'd care very little if they were in the jaws of…
There is so much more to a man than merely the events that occur to him and because of him throughout his life. There's his imagination that colors the mundane nature of reality, his beliefs which shape his aspirations or vice versa and the propensity to morph in accordance to the environment. Nietzsche called it the "eternal recurrence" or the endless state of becoming something new that should give rise to one's meaning in life. Arguably this is more important…
Watching debut films is always fascinating to me. It's a new voice with a new perspective and succeed or fail, getting a film made is impressive in of itself.
The Vigil is a good start for Keith Thomas even though it lacks confidence. If this was my first go, I wouldn't be complaining. The Vigil lacks....stuff. I know that's vague but by the end, it felt like there was very little meat to the film despite crafting a pretty creepy…
I shall start off by saying that I'm glad this got made. I have incessantly complained about studio interference dulling an artistic vision and the fact that Snyder had free reign here is pretty cool. I suppose thanks to streaming, gone are they days when filling cinema seats are the only option for financial success. I am in no way a proponent of streaming over cinema, but for something this long and ambitious, streaming is a comfortable home for it…