“Nobody finds their soul mate when they’re ten. I mean, where’s the fun in that?”
my mom was so mad when i watched this with her as a kid and told her i liked patrick dempsey’s character better than josh lucas’s…. and she’s still mad now!
“They built a train track over these Alps to connect Vienna and Venice. They built these tracks even before there was a train in existence that could make the trip. The built it because they knew, someday, the train would come.”
a very touching movie of life after divorce im sure but unfortunately as soon as Sandra Oh said “gay tour of Tuscany” 10 minutes in that’s all i was thinking about
i knew as soon as i saw the trailer for this one at the end of 1978 that it would be my favorite, and i was RIGHT! BY A LOT! i loved that the first two were spins on slasher movies from their respective time periods, but i also loved that this movie subverted that and was a spin on folk horror instead. it felt darker and more complex than the first 2, evolving into its own emotionally resonant story, while still being a satisfying conclusion to a fun slasher trilogy
“You’re human after all! I thought you would marry an airplane!”
hayao miyazaki seems to be an extremely reserved and private person, but if he wants his audience to know one thing about him, it’s that he loves airplanes. planes or other flying or mechanical objects have always had a reoccurring presence in his movies, and it seems only fitting that his last is a love letter to them - and even more fitting that it’s paired with…