Whit Stillman's arch-nemesis.
The cultural and artistic peak of the incel fantasy. Without question Edgar Wright’s greatest formal achievement. Looks and feels like a comic book adaptation should, maintaining the bizarre dreamlike logic of the graphic novels while offering its own punchy sense of presence justifying its status as a live-action movie. There’s even the odd laugh once in a while – a rare occasion where Chris Evans genuinely gets to flex his comic chops, it's fun. Of course it’s also creepy and…
"Every day we saw thousands and thousands of innocent people disappear up the chimney […] There they came, men, women, children, all innocent. They suddenly vanished."
- Filip Müller, Shoah (1985)
"The way you shoot me is so disgusting […] that it's no wonder that people after Le Pen can say the Concentration Camps were a detail. It comes from that way of looking."
- Jean-Luc Godard, Cannes Interview (1988)
"Well…talk about bad taste!"
- Disgruntled Theatre Patron, The Producers (1968)
The worst film of all time.