Look how old you've become.
Samuel L. Jackson tells a story about seeing "Star Wars" for the first time on opening weekend in 1977. Everyone in the theater was smoking weed, he told "60 Minutes" a couple of years ago, and when the opening titles exploded onto the screen, it blew him back into his seat. He had never seen anything like what George Lucas had created.
I saw "Dune" at a press screening in August. No one was smoking weed, everyone wore masks. But…
An unbelievable failure before the two most inscrutable and deranged post-credits scenes ever put on film. Every scene feels like it was cobbled together from dailies and alternate takes that were reframed in post to fit on screen. Not one single moment works. Best theatrical experience since “Cats.”