extremely decent, shockingly not terrible and competent
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Felt a lot more heartfelt than Infinity War, and reflected on how different individuals react to failure, guilt and losing those they love. The fan service though.............a lil too much.
P.S even though a lot of people called the final battle ugly (it is) i still liked it :)
Anyone who keeps up with my film takes probably knows that I’m a sucker for romance stories with melancholic endings and……Brokeback Mountain definitely falls into that category. However, I hold this film especially close because of its compassionate portrayal of Jack and Ennis discovering their sexualities, and the maintained empathy for each of their perspectives.
Jack and Ennis’ love story spans over two decades, beginning in 1963 when they both take a job herding sheep on Brokeback Mountain. Their first…