Apparently, my hobby is adding movies to my watchlist.
( joined - 30/1/18)
Made me care about the show. It was interesting to see the trajectory of people's lives. Their 2002 reunion was heartwarming and it's so weird to imagine it took place around 21 years after the og production. 21 — the age I was a few months ago. And even weirder to remember that that's almost how long it could take for Richard Linklater's version to be in cinema, that is ofc if it ever gets to that stage (casting bl*k* j*nn*r it's obviously not off to a good start)
It's so extravagant, at times unnecessarily so. Gene Kelly was like every dance scene and such is going to be ten minutes long or that is how it's going to feel like anyway. But the film is pretty, had a few laughs and ofc is overflowing with energy, so it's chill whatever. Barbara Streisand remains cool.
"One man's hymn of praise became other men's curses."
Metropolis is an ambitious masterpiece, made up of grand set designs, special effects and ideas (and just a hint of Plato's The Republic). For fucks sakes, its creativity and innovation bleeds into some of the intertitles, too. If Fritz Lang could achieve that monumental scale and scope back in 1927, one has to wonder what he would…
"The windows are the eyes to the house"
Ever wondered while watching a supernatural horror movie, how that whole tragic experience will shape the family, especially the kids, in the future.
Or just how you carry the ghosts (read: traumas) of your childhood into adulthood?
Wanted to see This Is Us but horror?
Wished Elsa was gay?
Have been on the lookout for a show that was scarier than that one episode of The Suite Life of Zack & Cody that…