One robot's intergalactic quest to get laid. A family picture!
As far as biopics go, this one is adequate. Chastain performs Tammy Faye with a Minnesota gusto that wears you down and makes you sympathize with her, even though her actions are not objectively that likeable. Andrew Garfield is even better. What holds the movie back is a lack of a real thesis. Events are portrayed in sequential order, but I was never sure why the people involved wanted to tell this story. Is this meant to criticize or to…
I just arrived back to my apartment from the movie theater and there is no way to write this review other than 100% stream of consciousness.
I've been laughing non-stop for like 20 minutes now.
In my review of Spectre I complained about the "Marvelization" of Bond and trying to make everything interlocked to set up future stuff and start twitter controversies. Lol. If that was building a franchize No Time To Die was the literal implosion of…
This movie is an abominable exercise in hubris and complete self-unawareness. It wants to think William Wallace is a Christ figure, using symbolism to indicate such in such an obvious, uncritical way that even aliens would be put off by its straightforward-ness. Despite this, its hero is a deliverer of violence. The version of William Wallace presented here is a single-minded vessel of revenge, destruction, and hatred with nary a redeeming quality other than stubbornness. His dedication to the cause…