going through a Cassavetes phase
a cinematic masterpiece, one that's unparalleled to any film I've ever seen, from start to finish it has you pondering questions and never giving definitive answers, using the colors, sound, and everything in between to ceeat an experience like no other, the director must've been a genius, this is a work created only by people who understand art, it (trans)cends the medium in general with its brilliance, by far one of the greatest movies ever, and possibly.my favorite of all time. whoever made the poster must've been the coolest sexiest person ever tbh
feels like looking into a painting and seeing, no, living in its own world where the soul is allowed to be free and live, a dreamlike world where limitations do not exist, those limits are broken down, limits like what is considered conventional filmmaking and things like aesthetic and sexual limitation seemingly doesn't exist in this dreamlike world that looks and feels like a painting
this is MY endgame.
a pure high stakes ride from beginning to end which just constantly leaves the viewer breathless after every scene, just back to back to back to back pure action and adventure, god I can't even say HOW much I loved this, but I adored it, ugh marvel better get better after this because they've probably hooked me back on...
i cried like a little bitch too which is also fun!!
*this review is divided into two sections, a spoiler section where I talk about a scene in the film, and a non spoiler section, I'll put a warning before I talk about spoilers*
I wanted to watch The Suicide Squad for a while now so I did.
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