“The worst part of having a mental illness is people expect you to behave as if you don't.”
I haven’t watched this since I sat in the theater and watched it about two years ago. I think I’ve waited so long to rewatch it because it affected it me so deeply when I first watched Arthur’s story. I thought about it for a while and well here we are two years later.
I absolutely think that Joaquin deserved his Oscar…
For quite some time, this or The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King was my favorite film. I would say it was around four years ago when that changed, which was probably the last time that I saw this film. Which is a shame since prior to three to four years ago, I use to watch this film quite regularly & had seen it about a dozen times. I had owned it on DVD, Blu-ray & now 4K. So…
Score : 7.8/10 ✅
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Believe the hype, Malignant is as weird, if not bat-shit crazy as you’ve heard, the ultimate divisive movies of 2021 have just made an emergency landing and even reading this line will not prepare you for it.
James Wan had the audacity to fabricate one of the most over-the-top and bizarre film he ever had the chance to do (yet), there’s a certain confidence here in play because if I have…
I Loved This Film, Bro.
Yes this is a film bro movie 100%. I wouldn’t say that i’m a ‘film bro’ but I still very much loved this movie. It’s has everything that made me love War Dogs a lot but x10 & pairing that with Martin Scorsese’s excellent direction equals a fucking phenomenal movie that tells one of the most interesting stories in 3 hours whilst managing to keep it interesting. Is the fact it’s 3 hours a bit of…
My heart has been lifted and shattered at the same time. I don’t know how that’s possible, but it just is.
I like that no-one is to blame for a relationship ending. We all just have a narrative in our life, and it’s not anybody’s fault if we can’t make our narrative meet somebody else’s. Add top of that an operating system with her own personality and consciousness. There are things in Theodore and Samantha’s relationship that would and would…
I remember an old friend of mine from High School told me that this movie was boring and that I shouldn’t watch it ,but now I’m so glad that I watched it because I really resonated with the whole message of grief and being able to move on from it even when it’s not an easy journey to go through. George Clooney gave a great comedic and lighthearted performance as Matt Kowalski and Sandra Bullock was amazing as the Astronaut Ryan Stone.
James Gunn should be the only person allowed to make superhero films--provided Sylvester Stallone plays a humanoid shark in them.
But seriously, this is incredible! Granted, I'm a sucker for a good bloodbath, and The Suicide Squad more than delivers. Few films are as gleefully gory, while still allowing violence to have weight in the right places. And honestly, as difficult as it is to argue with the consistency of the MCU, I've always said that DC has had the…
Hits the entire checklist for a great and mesmerizing A24 film:
✅ whimsical cinematography
✅ fantastic set design
✅ dedicated acting
✅ haunting musical score
✅ creepy/disturbing imagery
✅ gorgeous locations
✅ a strong sense of unease that permeates the entire film
✅ epic special effects
✅ plenty of WTF moments
✅ a bizarre, unnatural central tone
🦊 extra point for a cute fox
I forgot Charlie Kauffman movies are basically Rubik’s cubes that you solve by getting clinical depression so the surreality of this snuck up on me but also worked all the same. But I like it more when it’s focused on conversational haze and lapses in understanding by its characters than on the “let’s put on a dissociation!” aspect of the last third, which feels too broad to make an emotional connection but not broad enough to leave me awestruck. But…