I thought this was pretty interesting. Sure, it’s not gonna be a whole lot of new information for a whole lot of people, and even though I myself was familiar with most of this, I feel like it never hurts to have stuff reaffirmed. On that note, it did have a very fear-mongering-y vibe and approach to it. Like, oohh social media is bad whooee. And sure, it is. It can be. But it can also be a lot of…
So I guess the whole commotion surrounding this movie, whether intentional or not, did work, as I'm not sure if I would've watched this if it wasn't for the widely covered controversy.
It tells the story of 11-year-old Amy, a French-Senegalese girl who grows up in a religious family which she doesn't really like, and then befriends some of the more secular girls from school who are into dancing and social media and oh oh oh.
And I quite enjoyed…
Heyyyy I liked this! Yeah, this was great (I’m just gonna write down some thoughts as I just got out the theatre). Definitely enjoyed the journey more than the destination, as I’m not quite sure (yet) how I feel about the ending (Hereditary much?) but damnit was it a hell of a ride. And never did it really feel like 2,5 hours, I was hooked from the beginning (the opening scene could’ve been a short on its own) and never…
If you've seen this you probably know what I'm trying/want to say here. If not, let me at least try and put it to words.
964 Pinocchio is a Japanese cyberpunk movie that starts out relatively "normal"; A cyborg sex slave escapes, this girl finds him and tries to take care of him while the bad guys look for him. But then, when they bookend the first act with a clean fade-to-black, they decide to go all out.