18 | He/Him | Cis Male | Humanist | Centre-left Libertarian |🌈 | Watches too little films, and rewatches too many.
"You misunderstood from the very beginning. You just believed what you wanted to believe."
In many ways, this 'alternate' ending actually supplements the first one quite well. This doesn't feel like a remake or a redo of the final episodes of the incredible tv show, but it does feel different. That feel is what makes The End of Evangelion, down to its very core.
So many emotions flowed through me that I felt gone but also complete, it's a masterpiece…
Me? I'm just someone who cares.
While Rosamund Pike taps back into her cold, mystique acting marvellously seen from Gone Girl for her portrayal of Marla, a con woman wickedly conning wealthy geriatrics, I do think that's all this film at it's core has going for itself. This film is a classic case of style vs substance with a script that needed a lot more work and numerous plot developments that simply made no sense.
That being said, it can…
You were born with an asshole, Doris, you don't need Chuck.
Before there was the Snap, there was the Night of the Comet.
Weird how one of the best zombie films out there doesn't really focus that much on them - it focuses on these two priceless sisters waking up to a post-apocalyptic world which feels like a great adult-less place to themselves. Both Reggie and Sam are pretty much sides of the same coin, and you always miss it…