Former small-town journalist and current Vin Diesel scholar.
I don't know if I realized how beautifully this was shot. The back half maybe gets a little repetitive but there's so many truly sublime moments that I can't care. Also shockingly good character drama.
This movie fucked with me as a kid because I had never seen a movie where whether characters lived or died was so unrelated to their dramatic role or morality.
How in the hell did nobody making this realize that by making Tad such a good, genuine dude, that everyone is going to root for him and Rosalie to end up together?
Why is the audience expected to root for Topher Grace’s unrequited love while laughing at Kathryn Hahn’s?