“Year after year It's the same routine. And I grow so weary of the sound of screams…”
Timeless tale about seasonal depression and learning to appreciate what you have in your life. Love it.
“Every time someone's afraid, the boogeyman wins.”
I had a good time watching this. It branches away from the 2018 film’s themes of trauma by focusing on the dangers of mob mentality, which doesn’t always work. The mob portion of the film is easily the weakest part and the hospital scene definitely sticks out. I see what they were going for, but it doesn’t feel as cohesive as the themes of the previous film. It was an interesting direction to…
This was good! The cinematography was beautiful. Genuinely gorgeous shots. The CGI is also masterful. The heartfelt moments really worked, but a good deal of the humor didn’t do much for me besides offer some minor amusement. I almost wish it was more of a drama than it was. The second act is what kind of dragged for me. I loved all the stuff in the beginning and the third act. It was a cute movie. And there were some…
The Coens are such amazing storytellers. I think the way this narrative unfolds is brilliant. They seriously never fail me with their scripts. This was just so well written. Information is delivered at such a perfect pace, and you realize so much about this character as he goes on this journey. It was incredibly sad, but so real. It was bittersweet. I love when movies are just real with the audience. This is a story that is down to earth, in…