I possibly would have liked this more had I gone into it even knowing who Solange is or being familiar with her music, but even then it's not particularly well make. It seems like it wants to follow in the footsteps of recent video albums before it, but lacks the creativity or cohesiveness.
Red Post shows not only love and respect for film making and and every person involved, no matter how seemingly small, but even the "extras" that exist in the real world. It's a reminder that all of those extras are the star of their own story, and the world needs to know they exist.
I hope no one thinks that my giving all 3 movies 5 stars is proof of me being to easy on them. I mean, surely there's SOMETHING I could critique, right?
Linklater's Before trilogy is perfect.
Any other film with a fighting couple would have been, well, any other film. But after falling in love with Jesse and Celine in Before Sunrise and cheering for them in Before Sunset, I couldn't help but cry with them in Before Midnight.…
A maddening, infuriating, incredible experience. With a slow start, it gradually builds to surrealistic nightmare that is almost comical in its absurdity, only to constantly pull you back into its frightening reality. A part of me thinks that Bunuel would have loved this. I had no idea what to expect going in, and I would recommend everyone else do the same.