“You shouldn't have had to give up your voice to be heard.”
The Little Mermaid 2023
one could argue the shaky camerawork made this film *feel* personal. but i think it’s the honest-to-goodness portrayal of the lead character and her plight. as a single mom. from lower class. a human who has her fair share of life challenges. i’m glad the film didn’t paint her as a victim of her scarcities, but instead a woman who knows her priorities.
ugh andrea arnold the director that you are
have you ever found yourself fully conscious in one of your nightmares? helpless, voiceless, reaching out for help? hold that thought because that's how watching Skinamarink feels like.
initially, i had my reservations going into this film. it's got a love-it-hate-it experimental flow, which debatably compromises the narrative in the process (or lack thereof). but good god, the eerie 70s horrror atmosphere latched with a dirtied up sound design took this film up a notch!!!
the film harps on our…
i think this should be titled "Mother!"
just when i thought Arturito from Money Heist (La Casa de Papel) was my most hated character ever, wait til you see Justin Long's character in here 💆♂️
while i feel so bad for Airbnb's reputation, like damn this isn't what Marcel The Shell With Shoes On (2021) taught us, gotta give it to the team because they did a pretty good job here. i genuinely enjoyed how they unraveled the story, how…