big fan of good movies, interesting conversations, and overthinking myself into insanity!
Perfect depiction of how far someone can get just by being in the right place, at the right time; as well as how quickly —and easily— he can fall back to where he once was if he isn’t wise.
No line is out of place, no scene feels useless, it’s all indispensable, purposeful, and expertly contributes to building up Redmond Barry Lyndon’s character.
Thus, the 3 hour runtime is justified. The film is conducted at an excellent pace: not slow,…
All of us have flaws that drag us down: the strangers you see in the bus, when walking across the street, at the store, at the park, at the restaurant. It might be greed, jealousy, regret, unfaithfulness, low self esteem, dismay, distrust, or even grief; but ultimately, we can all achieve self acceptance, and Magnolia captures all this expertly.
The way PTA writes his characters is something else; he has an immense understanding of human emotions and it really shows.…