a horrifying, beautiful ode to loving someone no matter what, and what it means to be loved. takes a greater mind than me to properly analyze its elements of gender identity but i do know that it feels very sincere in the way it’s portrayed.
run, don’t walk for the performances from Agathe Rousselle and Vincent Lindon, the latter of which gives one of the best performances i’ve ever seen in my entire life, while the former is astonishing in carrying the weight of this film on her back, it’s an incredibly brave performance.
i will never watch this movie again.
Sure to be the most interesting and divisive film of the year, it truly serves as the antithesis of the gangster genre, most similar in tone to The Irishman. Trank’s “comeback” picture is really anything but. Capone is a sinister, vile, and deeply haunting portrait of someone dying a slow, painful death with any saving grace just out of reach of their crumbling body and mind. It’s much more than just “Tom Hardy poops his pants as Al Capone”.
OH GOD WHAT HAPPENED.
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Zack Snyder fucking did it. He made a perfect movie. Batman v Superman is the story of superheros battling with who they are and what they want to be masked by the façade of a blockbuster.
Really the focus of this review is to talk about the evolution of these characters. In this world, we live in a place that's coming to terms with the…