This was even better on a second viewing. I originally had this film as a 9, but now I would consider it to be an easy 10. The directing is perfect obviously. David Fincher is such a perfectionist. The camera work is phenomenal. Everything I've seen from him has some of the best cinematography. His camera movement is very precise. I love how it always follows everything. The slightest movement of someone's hand results in the camera moving. The music…
So everyone has lied about this film. For some reason this is marketed as a rom-com, and I've seen reviews acting like it is just some basic rom-com. Instead what I got was an amazing character study, and I don't want to say anything about this. I would just recommend watching it without knowing anything. The first half of this film is really funny, but the second half really hits you on an emotional level. The editing and cinematography were…
This movie is so heart warming and heart breaking at the same time. The opening always brings a smile to my face, and there are so many other scenes that make me smile. It gives me so much joy, and I love Mia and Sebastian's relationship, but at the same time there are scenes that absolutely destroy my soul. Mostly the ending. I love the music. I've seen people complain saying that Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone can't sing. Yeah,…
If they are actually able to make The Godfather 3 a good movie I'll be blown away. I'm not sure how editing the film will fix the bad acting, but who knows?! Maybe they'll just take out all of Sophie Coppola's scenes. I'm really not sure what they're doing to try and fix this movie, but I'm still hyped
Edit: This is a review for the edited version they are making. That was removed from Letterboxd so they changed my review for it to a Godfather 3 review. Thanks Letterboxd very cool!