So honest, yet so pitiful at the same time. From one suspect to the next, these guys could not catch a break. Bong Joon-ho’s examination of a true series of murders and the damaged police force struggling to stay on top of it never failed to follow a beat as I watched. I, like many here, can’t help but compare this to Fincher’s Zodiac for both film’s capabilities in displaying unease with the subject and genuine angst in the search…
Earlier in the year I had a hunch regarding Nightcrawler, despite not having seen it since its opening weekend back in 2014. I remember being a fan of it to this particular point where I was questioning if there was anything about it that I didn’t like. When I couldn’t come up with an answer in my head, I decided to revisit the thriller for the first time in almost seven years to see how well it held up.…
A MESSAGE FOR LETTERBOXD
As noted above, I finished the series for the first time during the first hour of 2019. To this day, Cowboy Bebop remains as not only my favorite anime series, or my favorite anime work overall, but my favorite show of all time. But I'm not using this review to talk about how that is.
I'm using this review to bring to light some concerns and hopes I have with Letterboxd's sudden addition of…
So I was walking out of the auditorium after the film ended, and two guys behind me were talking about how Thanos would feel about Quill and Gamora as a couple. Basically it came down to Gamora saying “dad, why won’t you let me go to prom with him?” and that Quill would show up in a “shitty Star-Lord uniform” with "shitty sideburns.” Just hearing that made me feel humored and hollow at the same time.