Be prepared to add another movie to your watchlist because The Power of The Dog is one of the best movies of 2021 so far.
A harrowing tale of toxic masculinity that features some really strong performances from all 4 leads, the directing from Jane Campion is impeccable as the filmmaking is very precise & polished, the lush & untamed landscape of the movie is captured beautifully by DP Ari Wegner, & Jonny Greenwood's musical score is ethereal, watching the characters slowly develop…
I was always fascinated by the now iconic poster for this film.I am 21 years late to thr party,but it was well worth the wait.There are moments when the film becomes overtly melodramatic but it is saved by strong performances especially by Mamootty,Ajith and Tabu.The scintillating soundtrack by AR Rahman is a treat!
I’m so emotional right now.
This is the last film I’ll have watched this decade and I don’t know, I’m just glad I ended it off with this. These last 10 years are arguably the most important years I’ve ever lived considering they took up a majority of my life. I don’t know, I just feel like I couldn’t have picked a better film to end the decade off with.
This was.. everything.
A collection of seemingly random, nonsensical and obscured images, dialogue and animates with no real meaning. Yet, at the same time, every single second of this describes and represents the fragility of life and the beauty of simply existing flawlessly.
I can’t talk about this film. I’m not smart enough, old enough or simply understanding enough of this film in order to review it. How can someone even criticise this? I don’t understand how someone can give this less than 5 stars.
Just please watch it. I want every single person in the world to experience It’s Such a Beautiful Day.
One of the most brilliant films I've seen in a long time. It's very reminiscent of things like Synecdoche, New York and BoJack Horseman because of the quirky style and depressing subject matter. I suggest watching with headphones if you are on laptop because the sound design is great.
"He lives and he lives until all of the lights go out."
Ok: pretentious, poetic, messy review in 3, 2, 1...
Everything will be okay.
Death. (yup, incoming existential crisis)
A film that moves in the mind of one, and at the same time, depicts the vast beauty of the world.
An overwhelming sadness engulfs our head's when we have no purpose.
Memories of when we were younger, and realizing every moment is eternal, happening now, and…
"I've never loved anyone the way I love you."
Her is a fascinating perspective on love and romance. It's a rare and unique love story that highlights struggles both timeless and futuristic. The story brings so many complex feelings to light for those who have been through the insanity that is love. A+ soundtrack and acting. Joaquin Phoenix shows his soft side, shows genuine emotion and feeling. Amy Adams is the female perspective of the struggles of love. Scarlett Johansson does what not many actresses could, she makes you fall in love with a voice and personality. Overall, I can't help falling in love with "Her"...
The Nice Guys is undoubtedly one of the greatest achievements in comedy that I’ve witnessed, and I’m glad I re-watched for clarity on my official rating. It ticks all the right boxes in terms of entertainment value, twists, and chemistry between its two stars, but I also find it to be a little more profound than your average buddy cop movie. This is a film that brings you a disillusioned, depressed, and ultimately lost man unable to take…