Life is suffering, go play with your dog.
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close! Elizabeth Mossed her damn mind!
In it's first three acts it was a film I thought I would admire at a distance, compelling if not a little obnoxious, until it mellowed out and become emotionally overwhelming! Cleansing experience, loved it!
ARP I'll allow it this time!
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
A big flaw in this movie is that they do not simply get away with everything and spend the rest of their days in hedonism. I'm obviously kidding since the film has one of the all time great endings but I'm also not kidding in the slightest.
I've NEVER wept at the end of a film like I did with this one.
Being a young girl in the 1950s, experiencing this, Rooney Mara's character must have felt like she was on mars. Who knew life could be like this?
Filmmaking at the highest level. How did they do it? Todd Haynes has built an emotional computer or some shit, so many wires, all working together, all perfectly placed.
I don't know man, shit. It's real good.