Felt way more stages compared to the first, idk just lost the charm of the first.
Perfect example of a historical film done right. The accuracy and atmosphere of a U-Boat crew is absolutely on point. The slow burns of no action, to the sudden bursts of chaos and battle are also conveyed perfectly. The tension always left me excruciatingly wondering what will happen next, and the film makes all of its characters very sympathetic. Top that off with a sudden gut-punch ending, and Wolfgang Peterson makes a perfect war film.
Cliff Booth: Alright, what’s the matter, partner?
Rick Dalton: It’s official, old buddy, I’m a has-been.
With this short dialogue exchange, a major theme in Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film is established. The theme is of fading stardom and changing times. The character of Dalton can possibly be applied to Quentin Tarantino himself seeing as how he is supposedly retiring soon and how this original film will be overshadowed by The Lion King remake in box office revenue. Long gone are…
Possibly the most controversial film of 2019; Joker is receiving polarizing reviews with comments like "incel anthem" and "disturbing masterpiece", has won the esteemed Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival, and is even making headlines with fears of shootings occurring at theaters playing the film. So did I love or hate the film? I thought it was fine.
There are a lot of things I enjoyed about Joker. For one, the overall presentation is very good for a superhero-tied…