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RIP Robert Forster
This was a lot better than I thought it would be. The fist third was interesting and the second dragged but thankfully the ending picked things up a little. Also solid performances from Jimmy Tatro and Robert Forster in his final role.
Also Men in Black isn't a documentary?
New York is amazing. Much more exciting than Maryland!
I feel triggered.
A very different Asian American immigrant and more heartbreaking experience compared to Minari but still impactful and worth watching.
Tzi Ma gives a great prefromance as Pin-Jui man looking back on his life and his scenes are definitely the strongest of the film. Ironically though the scenes of him and his wife adjusting to life in America aren't as interesting.
Still a good directing debut from writer Alan Yang.
⭐⭐⭐⭐ For Tzi Ma and Alan Yang
Basically Wes Anderson's Addams Family
The plot was ok but the voice acting was really good and the movie was heartfelt and suprisingly pretty funny. And Ricky Gervais as a cat narrator is something I didn't know more films needed. In reality it's a 3.5 but I'm boosting it a half a star because of how funny it was.
⭐⭐⭐⭐ For making me laugh
I watched this with a fresh take since I never saw the theater cut and I thought it was good not great.
I fully respect everything the film stands for but I still feel slightly disappointed, as it wasn't to the scale I thought it was made out to be. Also because I really liked Man of Steel. While it never got boring the film definitely didn't need to be 4 hours long with several scenes feeling like they could…