My heart is aching. How can so much emotion be conveyed by someone wearing a sheet? I’m sobbing.
I feel a little disappointed. After noticing the producers of this also were involved with Get Out and Happy Death Day, this film had big shoes to fill in my eyes. It fell short for me.
It was a mix of both slow anticipation and completely messy in terms of its delivery of Ma’s behaviour. Usually with films of this genre, there’s a lot of build up and it makes for a great twist and packs a punch, paired with…
It took me 6 attempts to watch this. I’m annoyed at myself for even finishing it.
To me, there was a slight build up for absolutely no reveal. Probably the creators attempt of the real horror comes from the humans and not the plague. Bollocks.
And they killed a dog. Not happy.
*WARNING: spoilers ahead*
No matter what heartache you go through, there’s no escape. This film depicts the efforts a human would go to to fix a broken heart, and the impossibility of it.
We follow Joel (Jim Carey), a sullen and shabby guy as he experiences the aftermath of a break up with eccentric and exciting Clementine (Kate Winslet). While this may seem like basic and boring stuff, a twist in its plot shows us that this film is anything…