bipolar express & struggling creative type. he/him.
i went into this hoping it’d be a pretty unknown masterpiece, which is definitely unfair of me, and while there’s some really great things in this, this feels a lot more like a film made up of elements better handled in later things.
the core character in this, whose writing i think is made stronger by ariyan a. johnson’s performance, was captivating to me purely through the self-assuredness she has, while also being incredibly flawed. the interactions between her and…
i want to travel back in time to ask ebert what the fuck he’s talking about in his review.
on rewatch honestly this movie is heavy handed with its message at points, so any critic ever not recognising the satire is insane to me.
i rewrote this so many times because i didn’t want to sound like film tiktok being like, films you didn’t know had crazy hidden meanings pt 28