Sad, anxious bitch watching movies in bed.
I watch this at least three or four times a year and I think it's one of the best mainstream American comedies ever made. Everything from concept to cast, the execution is fantastic. The relationship between Max and Annie almost makes me wanna crawl out from my dark little cave and find a partner, but no, that's just not happening. It joins Adventures in Babysitting and Masters of the Universe in my ultimate comfort film festival, which I really need right now. This virus is fucking shit.
Literally only decided to watch this because I miss Mr. Robot. It's one of the greatest shows ever made and you should watch it. Right now, go. This was fine, it was pretty good, I liked it. It kept me pretty intrigued, probably a good one to go into completely blind. It's pretty well-shot, never really heard of Sarah Adina Smith before this but on the strength of this, I'll check out her other feature, sure. Rami Malek is typically great in it but it's really hard to watch him in anything and not see Elliot Alderson. Hello friend?
An incredible piece of science fiction on too many levels to mention. Something I really love about watching films from before I was born is seeing old technology. The aesthetically pleasing charm of analogue. I've never seen it presented in a way which appeals to me most than in Videodrome. Relentlessly strange and disorienting, so far ahead of its time in terms of what it has to say about our relationship with the television screen. So many unique and disturbing…
Body horror really bothers me, I've always found the human body completely repulsive. But for some reason, I was drawn to this film, no matter how many grotesque things I'd heard about it. I'm very pleased with my impulses, this is fucking stunning. The brutal violence, one of the best scores I've heard all year, the cinematography, it's insane. Stylish as fuck too. I don't think it's necessary for the film to flesh out any of its ideas, I was…