The acting is pretty great all around in I Origins, especially the lead performance. The film-making is cheap and small, but effective for the story that’s being told.
As with all Tarantino films, I think I’m going to need a second viewing to truly know how I feel about this. It is truly hateful – there’s not a redeemable character amongst the eight, which leaves no one to sympathize with. And generally I find that…
It took me a while to write this review because I was really wrestling with whether I liked The Duke of Burgundy or not.
This movie was a real delight, and I regret not getting to see it before making my Top 10 of 2015 list. I’m fairly certain it would’ve been on there, not just for the excellent performances, but for how truly unique it is as a movie.
Sexy Beast is a real treat. The kind of film where you just don’t know what to expect going into it, and then it continues to defy your expectations at every turn.
I couldn’t decide whether it was a brilliant 5-star masterpiece due to how much time I’ve spent investing in thinking about it and trying to unpack it, or if my initial feeling upon leaving the theater, that of frustration, was more accurate.
Turns out, Spielberg made a movie that’s essentially one long chase sequence before Miller did. Is there anything Spielberg didn’t get to first?
First rewatch of Nightcrawler, and while the overall tension of the piece didn’t quite carry over to the second viewing, all of the thematics at play are much more clear and even more absurd than you realize on your first watch.
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Project Almanac is sort of Chronicle, Groundhog’s Day, Primer, and Butterfly Effect all in a blender.