1: Worst of the worst
Takes a while to get going, though even from the start it’s atmospherically engaging. Despite being something that’s so culturally pervasive, it’s still often fresh and shocking. Probably the first movie about a group in space having to deal with aliens attacking from the inside, and I don’t think it’s been done better elsewhere.
“Never. Date. A Yandere. Yandere is the Japanese line for basically a woman who loves you so much she's willing to kill anybody who basically lays eyes on you, trying to get ahold on you. And I know some of you in the comments are gonna say 'heh you'll never have someone like that,' to be honest, I wouldn't want someone like that cause she would kill my sister, my mother, my grandparents anyone who even looked at me remotely,…
Ok so I watched this on Hulu live TV and I kinda forgot how much I don’t like having ads in movies, didn’t ruin it but if I rewatch it I’ll just buy it.
With that said, this is the best John Hughes I’ve seen so far. The film nails what it wants to do, you feel for the characters when you should, and you laugh at them too. Would be a bit higher if it weren’t for some of…
I didn’t expect to be giving this a 5 but it really impressed me. Just when it feels like the movie is doing one thing for too long it switches things up before it gets old. The dynamic between Kingo Gondo and the ransom holder was perfect. The ending was really what decided the score for me, but I’ll let you watch and find out. Might beat Seven Samurai as far as Kurosawa goes, but I’ll have to think about it.