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It’s been a few days since I’ve seen this but I have been thinking a lot about it. It’s a very rememberable film with many emotional scenes. I did watch the theatrical version so I’ll be sure to check out the director’s cut sometime soon. I definitely felt like it could’ve been longer, so I’m looking forward toward it!
School Of Rock is an eternal movie. I feel like I could watch it any time at all. It’s easy to watch and it makes you feel good in so many ways. I haven’t seen this in a while, and nowadays I am heavily invested in music, especially classic rock. So it is also more fun to watch in that way. I really love this movie and it will always have a place in my heart.
This is definitely my favourite Wes Anderson movie at the moment. I have seen this before but it was around the time it came out, and I didn’t remember anything from it except for the scene with the basket. So you could technically call this the first time.
I really enjoy the style and setting that comes with Wes Anderson’s movies, there’s just something to it that not many other directors have. I am really hyped to keep on exploring…