“I remember everything.”
crybaby, film enthusiast, paul dano’s oscar campaign manager
The most disappointing part about the most recent crop of Marvel movies isn’t the steady decline in quality or even the desperate attempts at milking fans for as much money as possible, but rather the depreciation of the experience of going to see one of said movies. An event that used to be filled with feelings of excitement and anticipation now feels more like a chore than anything else.
Wholly outrageous and even more hilarious, Bottoms is the lesbian high school fight club film no one knew they needed until they experienced it.
Emma Seligman’s direction combined with the talent of rising stars Rachel Sennott and Ayo Edebi results in a film that knows exactly what it wants to be. It targets a very specific, but ultimately relatable sector of comedic storytelling that has been missing from recent releases. The needle drops, the slo-mo, the incessantly horny dialogue, the…
“Don’t tell mama.”
I am just in complete shock at how masterfully Sharp Objects was crafted. The ACTING, the direction, the soundtrack, the pacing, the foreshadowing, the tension-building - every detail had so much attention paid to it. It was terrifying but I couldn’t once look away. It had one of the best endings to ever grace television. It was perfect.