Me after the film: *between sobs* That was literally the saddest thing I've ever watched. 😭
Also me after the film: Can we do a double feature & watch Amour? I think I need to cry more.
I wanted to sleep on this film for a night. I wanted to figure out the right words to describe the feelings you get when you watch it.
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The message it sends is powerful & impactful. Frances McDormand in my opinion gives the performance of the year! She's able to fit into this world of nomads with ease.…
The whole time he's showing this piece of paper to everyone saying "you know, for kids"... My mind is like "ummm, what is it even?"
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Than after seeing it's a hoola hoop I was shook. Hudsucker a genius! Must have made the company so much profit.
Moral of the story: Dont make a plan where you want someone to tank the company! 🙃 Your plan will/could seriously backfire. Like go into worst case scenario situation.
Paris Texas was such an experience. I honestly wasnt ready for such a deep story. I ordinarily thought the film had to do with a murder. Oh boy, was I wrong or what?
This film is suppose to be a slow burn for most that watch it, but for me I was engaged the whole time. Travis is such an interesting lead character who you don't really understand most of the film. His actions are unclear until you get to…
Why do I do this thing where I put off watching great movies for too long? 🤦♀️🤦♀️
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Such a masterpiece! Brad Pitt was there! Ryan from The Office was there! Even Samm Levine from the Schmoedown was there!!!
Not only that, but Christoph Waltz was superb! He had me dying with how animated his character was. The Italian scene where he questioned Brad Pitt & the two others was hilarious.