We can’t be no #1, but we can be the jam.
Another film I saw a month ago and didn’t rank or review. This one I was more iffy on. I liked the beginning bit of following different people, making you believe them to be the protagonist only to kill them off (Even though I would’ve liked Justin Hartley to continue on longer). The middle begins to drag a bit and only picks up once Betty takes out most of the Democrats. I thought poking fun at both sides was done…
I watched this almost an entire month ago and forgot that I didn’t rank or review it. That doesn’t mean it a bad film, it’s actually currently sitting at #2 on my list now (Though I have a backlog of about 20+ films I need to get to for 2020, been doing more gaming and tv watching than movies during the quarantine honestly).
Anyway, this is probably the best I’ve seen Ben Affleck in some time. I’m sure it helped…
Wow, this hit VERY close to home. Add on absolutely fantastic performances by Shia, Lucas, and Noah and you get easily one of the best films of 2019. So impressive to me how Lucas got himself to sound so much like Shia. Really sad this didn't get any love at the Oscars. Also, the score is amazing with the standout being the main theme that has a few variations throughout the film (My favorite being You're A Fucking Star).
Really hope this gets more love once it's released by Amazon officially on Feb 7th.
Saw this last Friday, but sat on logging it for awhile just because I couldn't nail down how I actually felt about it. Think I've finally settled on a 3 1/2 star rating. Elisabeth Moss does good work in this and I really like the atmosphere of the film (The opening credits with the waves crashing against the rocks was amazing in Dolby Cinema). There's some good twists in here too with the restaurant scene definitely standing out as a…