Favourite Movies are the movies I liked the most from last month, first time watches or rewatches.
I had some expectations concerning this film. I thought it would feel like a 1930's film and would be on film, not digital. I tought it would be the most un-Fincher film from all the films by David Fincher. I thought it would be my favorite film from 2020.
So, it felt like it was the 1930's, but not a film from the 1930's. It was a film that you know it was done by David Fincher, but you don't…
Ugh, Britta's in this? Just kidding, it's always cool to unexpectedly see someone from "Community"'s cast in a film. Also, I didn't know Imogen Poots was in this film! It's the second time I see a film with Imogeen Poots and I did not know she was going to be in it.
And Pam Beesley as Michael Douglas' daughter? She didn't tell Jim that her father was a playboy. Too many sitcom references here.
But yeah, a simple film about…
It starts in a really sweet way. It's like describing what is like to really like a certain director. Falling in love with the films by that director, gradually discovering its themes and how the things that make them so unique are so special to us, it is such a joy. And this film was going in a great direction. In one scene, her mother says regarding Fellini's films:
- "They are weird."
She replies yes with a smile on…