This was fun, like Game Night, not amazing, but I love Issa and Kumail together.
A bunch moments left me dying of laughter.
This is the first time I’ve seen this since it was released. It almost entirely different that I remember.
I am one that believes that you need life experience to really write a film or understand most film topics.
This one surprised me because it’s always spouted as a film about an ambitious, ruthless Oil Man, but it’s a film about a prideful, selfish man that wants to be loved but is afraid to admit it.
Daniel Plainview and Walter…
Gosh I am so conflicted in this.
First off I liked it. I liked it a lot.
The thing I am conflicted about is what the film is centered around and what the ending implies.
I enjoyed the writing, the story and the actual use of time travel for this, but I just wish it wasn’t a topical film. I wish we could make films with black girls inventing time travel and doing stuff (that may be stupid) that didn’t…
My mother said “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.”
Came back about an hour later to say.
Why did I even turn this on. I knew this would be terrible, even if I put it on for background noise, why... not one laugh. Not one at all.
It felt like scenes were missing.
There’s a full on camera and camera man in the shot. You can see the light on top. This…