the way cooper completely manipulated the concept of gravity, time and space as we know it today in order to save humanity (and inadvertently extend his lifespan)...was sexy
i feel so smart because i actually saw that coming. i had that theory in mind from the moment amelia started talking about love
i was so immersed in this and on the edge of my seat constantly; hence the reason i was left speechless by the end, and in the best way possible.
and the visuals!! the cinematography!! c'mon, just wow, wow. peep how christopher nolan practically made a walking HAL too
we as a society needed priscilla. after the, stylistic, albeit entertaining, baz luhrmann film that solely glorified him and managed to inundate a whole new generation of ignorant fans, priscilla had to be made to balance it out.
i loved how the lighting and framing was used to emphasize that the film was from priscilla's perspective. i also looooved how the cinematography and editing was used to create a sense of distance between the audience and elvis as a figure of…
fecking hell that's a movie. mad that it took me so long to watch this but i'm so glad i finally did.
colin farrell and brendan gleeson. jesus. the amount of frustration but also empathy that i felt within the first 30 minutes because of their performances.....those two did the thing. like my eyes were gluuuued to the screen.
although i've technically been in a film watching drought, i think i can honestly say i haven't felt such strong emotions from…