What an awesome film. Amazing piece of narrative scripting here. It’s just so well written and paced from a dramatic perspective and then cinematically is captured with precision. It just knows it’s moments and it’s spelled out with perfection. You are just locked in. It also feels so human, the behavior of the characters hardly ever feel formal as much as it feels like the period. It’s really quite remarkable. Mifune is amazing in this, one of his very best.…
I’m not a Star Wars guy but I’ve always, since a kid really liked this movie. It’s just a solid put together film. Much better than the first one and doesn’t have the bad hokey additions of the third one. There isn’t much to say outside when it comes on, I watch and I can’t say that about the others. Just solid.
Nah bruh, this ain’t it.
This cinematic trend to beautify Black struggle and minimize it narratively to some struggle of “self” rather than a real analysis of how Blackness always gets the short end of the stick by design is a horrible trend. This film attempted to use cinematic tricks and visual aesthetics to cover up for the fact it has nothing real to say about what has happened to Black people in gentrification despite its grandiose title. It hides…
Let me get this out the way, this doc is absolutely awful. It’s the equivalent of “Say no to drugs” campaign infomercials they had in the ’80s. Alarmist, fear-mongering (as it criticizes fear-mongering) and is built to be a cheap confessional for a bunch of White people who got rich off of social media and are now promoting themselves as ethical tech folks cause suddenly they see the light. Rubbish. I don’t see them giving their fortunes back cause they…