A little story.
T'was Friday night. I had gotten off work at 9pm and felt like seeing a movie. Ant-Man was an option, but I'm sure you know how I feel about Marvel (puke). Paper Towns looked intriguing, mostly because Cara Delevingne's eyebrows are transfixing. I settled on Trainwreck, though. I do like Apatow, even Funny People.
I arrived at the theatre for the 10:15 show with some time to spare and took a seat near the front, behind the…
It's so dense. Every single image has so many things going on.
On second viewing, you pick up on things. Like Max slamming his hand against the side of the door to help him remove the spike stuck through his palm. You notice the way the film's redemption story is woven right through the film, carried in Charlize Theron's mournful eyes. You realize that each hero character on screen has their own carefully crafted personality and arc. There's the fine-tuned…