Chronic insomniac who has been using Letterboxd compulsively for the last 9 years or so.
By far the most overlooked chapter in the Oceans Trilogy which is a damn shame because it's pretty great. These are all things that occur in the film.
1. George Clooney and Brad Pitt shed a tear or two while watching a segment of Oprah while also planning part of their heist. Brilliant.
2. Don Cheadle dresses up as an Evel Knievel type character who is in full costume as he yells at Al Pacino. In this scene Don Cheadle…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I enjoyed this so much more the 2nd time around. I think going into the first viewing I had my own expectations I’d built for the film based off Unbreakable & Split. This go round I tried to come in with no preconceptions. With Glass Shyamalan is able to break down trauma and what it does to this group of men over sustained periods of time. He doesn’t deliver the climax you’d expect at the end of a trilogy about superheroes.…
Dear Michael Haneke,
This is fucked up. But, it's like this really cool and beautiful type of fucked up though. Is it okay for me to like this so much? It's not like I was entertained, I just loved it. But, at the same time I'm really scared. Is it possible you could follow me around for the next few days and just explain some shit to me? I'd greatly appreciate that. Life just seems to be a tad bit more confusing after this one.
I think the fact that Enter the Void exists is a win for cinema. It pushes the boundaries with perspective and visual triggers. It's a film that I walk away from very impressed. But, I just didn't enjoy the film very much. Maybe it's the repeated sections of the film that make it a little too much for me. It also seems as if Noe needs to push boundaries (violence, sexual, etc.) that don't need to be for a successful…