TheCultureShocker/Aleister’s review published on Letterboxd:
Couldn't just leave it at Sunset.
I think this movie gets too much shit. Not that it gets criticized all that often, but I usually hear that it's the worst of the three.
I actually think it might be the best of the three. It cuts the deepest, the characters are at their most complex and I think it sticks the landing better than the other two, even if Sunset's makes me tear up every time. The arguments they have in this film feel more real than almost any movie and you really feel like you're a fly on the wall watching an actual couple fight. It's hard to watch too because both of the characters are so well-written and likable.