The ocean and the earth retake the land, haunted by memories of injustice and industrialization.
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Mutually assured (self-)destruction. This viewing, I noticed how lived in every character felt, entire lives being communicated even for side characters like Margie and the two detectives; it’s very rare for such a freakish movie to have such empathy, especially considering how evil and deranged most of them end up becoming (or were they always like this?).
Is it just me, or is this a lovably cheesy pulp science fiction masterpiece that also simultaneously is a horrifying existential nightmare about a god that will only save you out of a selfish need to prove how it's the best and only god?
Probably just me.
Probably not as enjoyable for those who aren't fans of the show, but as a fan of the show in my youth(12-13 years old), returning to this only solidified my love for this…
Horrifying. Just... horrifying. Aronofsky really got me with this one. Not only did he manage to grab me on an intellectual level, but also on an emotional one. This movie is going to be hated by many, I know that now. But for me, this is, hands down, the movie of the year. Every shot, cut, and scream is perfectly constructed to make an immersive atmosphere that never relents in it's uncomfortable feeling, and the acting is seriously award worthy.…