Still trying to figure out all my ratings and all that stuff.
Probably Wes Anderson most disjointed (in a good way) but also visually detailed packed film spanning through several interconnected stories of a newspaper. Somehow it also felt like the most ‘Wes Anderson’ film ever where Anderson himself seems to be in on the “joke” and quirkiness of himself more than ever.
It’s always a pleasure and a honor to indulge in Wes Anderson’s mastermind and cinematic world; because no one does it quite like him.
The Orginal Danish version was so much better.
I feel like this was yet another American remake of a foreign film that fails to live up to the original. See I love and adore Jake Gyllenhaal, he’s one of my favorite working actors but even he couldn’t save this. What I loved about the Danish version was that it was so simple and non-flashy while this American version became ironically very “Americanized” in a way.
The Guilty is still a very stressful, claustrophobic and explosive films in many ways but yeah, the Danish one is more tense.
MAYBE THE GREATEST SEQUEL EVER MADE.
Just saw this at the world premiere and my Swedish genes are litterally SHAKING.
Also, anyone who decides to rate this under 5 stars clearly hates ABBA and it will be considereded as a hate crime towards ME!
Also, Cher was a freaking legend and Meryl Streep litterally had me STREAMING with tears.
So when I heard “DJ KHALED” as soon as the credits started to roll I knew that my soul and spirit had officially left my body.
Disney’s 2D animation films are so rich of life, soul and heart. Maybe it is just nostalgia and childhood memories but some these remakes lack that joyful spirit. Somehow soulless. This Aladdin remake had a couple of moments and laughs but that’s it. Yeah I’ll stick with the brilliant 2D animation and memories of the OG.