I want my life to be narrated by Werner Herzog. Can you imagine just walking down the street?
"Kent, Ohio. A desolate wasteland of forgotten industries. The smell of burning tires runs across the city like a deer running from gunfire. A rumble of feet mirroring the great quakes of yesteryear as bodies pour into chipotle to get a buy one get one free deal."
A beautiful critique of modern Hollywood blockbusters that asks if Hollywood films still have the ability to be artistic. Everyone here gives career best performances. Emmanuel Lubezki takes his cinematography to a whole new level. Alejandro González Iñárritu creates a subtle yet profound film filled with drama, comedy, and symbolism. This will probably play really well at the Oscars. At least it should.