“Trevor has the biggest you-know-what”
no, I do not know. Care to explain?
I thought for what it’s worth, A Quiet Place Part II is still an example of how well director John Krasinski can weave together a truly character-driven story while also simultaneously balancing an act that utilizes several horror film techniques and styles. Hands down the thing Part II has over the first one is just how willing it is to keep the audience guessing. It’s always throwing new elements onto it’s bizarrely editing montages that had me at the edge…
Heartwarming and brimming with life, Minari is an interesting look at the life of an immigrant family in 80's America. It somehow capsulated every aspect of the American Dream and translated it into several forms of story telling in just about 2 hours. The rich atmosphere, the characters, the heart, and the love put into this film makes this such a moving and genuine picture. I love this one a whole lot.
Rewatched because my school has no idea what it's doing. Pretty fun to watch while the teachers sit there staring at the camera. Jokes aside though, I still really like Shawshank. I think without a doubt it tries injecting the film with this hopeful spirit throughout the ending and I felt like it at one point my brain turned on for a second and a part of me thought that the ending was...too happy. Maybe I am pessimistic, but I…