So I saw it again and I must say I liked it a lot more this second time around. Now, don't get me wrong, I still have most of the same issues that I mentioned in my previous review, but I think coming to terms with the fact that this was never going to be the definitive adaptation, since the only way to fully adapt the book would be via a miniseries format, allowed me to take in this experience…
Terrible, but also deeply enjoyable if you're into weird movies that just swing for the fences with their choices. Kyle MacLachlan is perfect, and very hot. Him and Max von Sydow seem to be the only ones taking this seriously. Seeing Dale Cooper and Big Ed smiling while on top of a giant worm is cinema. 8 year-old Alicia Witt's delivery of the final line is incredible. There's a lot of adorable pugs for some reason. Almost every main character…
Rian Johnson invented movie entertainment.
Seriously though, this was an absolute blast. Go watch it now, no matter what you're doing. I have a strong feeling this is going to become a comfort movie for me. Rian Johnson is god. Ana de Armas is perfection. Why are you still reading? Go, buy your tickets. See it again if you've seen it already. Take your family, take your neighbors! Just give me more Benoit Blanc mysteries please
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Dunkirk is Christopher Nolan's latest masterpiece. It truly is the definition of an experience. When I saw this film in theaters, I loved it not only because it was one of the most intense experiences of my life, but also because Dunkirk does something many films nowadays forget to do. It takes major risks.
One of the many, many smart decisions made by Nolan was to not have any identification with the characters. Had the story focused only on a…