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- I lived for Lady Gaga casually pulling out a Oscar in a purse -
Charming and Beautifully as only Aardman can be.
30 minutes of coziness here and an Gillian Anderson voicing and purring like a cat. Far from being the best Aardman stop-motion works but it can be creative and tells a story. Songs are nothing memorable. It only looses for being too short.
“there’s a difference between thinking about hurting yourself and wanting to hurt yourself... and i think that gap was closing.”
When Lorde’s Liability plays in the beginning, I expected to be emotionally destroyed right away. But I didn’t expected this to be so masterful. This episode is one of the greatest pieces of visual art ever and one of the greatest screenplays writing ever done. Hunter Schafer killed it.
(New Billie Eilish/Rosalia/Arca songs are also superb)
When you had the following elements: a Disney version of Joker with Devil Wears Prada, what did you get? A Cruella who deserves our compassion with her.
I think the film seems a bit too long and sometimes even confusing. Never gets the climax with all those looses and failed approaches. Otherwise, it compensates with funny moments and of course, the witching Emma Stone, conquering you right away with her wicked charming and monologues.
The writers here wanted to make…