My only personality trait is that Ratatouille is objectively the best film of all time.
I'm not sure what I was thinking when I watched this for the first time and claimed it was just pretty good. It just skyrocketed to an all-time favourite.
It's crazy that for a dialogue-driven period drama it's the directing that pulls this into something monumentally unique, not the writing. I remember thinking it's biggest flaw before was it's poor pacing, but on this viewing the film is such an atmospheric, submersive experience I don't think I really cared. I…
I don't tend to log non-films on here unless they have become really foundational for me (I think my only others are the series Over the Garden Wall and Hamilton) but I think this deserves a mention. This is the best piece of media I've interacted with in quite a long time.
A lot to take away about how great Bo is at understanding the difference superficial and meaningful meta levels (somehow saying this feels like I'm missing the point…