Yeah, it’s still great. Everything is still as wonderful as when I first saw this movie back in November. The performances from everyone, and I do mean everyone, are knock outs. Even Jimmy Fallon, who I find annoying elsewhere, does a good job. The characters are fantastic, I love Penny Lane and Will’s overbearing mother. The writing is authentic and nuance. The direction is exceptional. The songs, oh my God, these are some great songs (then again imma sucker for late…
Eyes Wide Shut, the final film from acclaimed filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, just so happens to be my introduction to his work. And a good one to start on I’d like to add. A solid story and scripting, nice cinematography excellent direction, fantastic performances from Cruise and Kidman, enchanting music and soundtrack, and a lovely look to the film. Add this to the pile of movies that I need to rewatch to fully appreciate.
A much better follow up than last time. Granted the villains aren't as memorable as the first two, the violence feel like retreads from before, and it's not as funny as before, it makes up with stellar performances from the cast old and new, fun jabs at (what seem like) pointless continuations and reboots, fantastic direction for Wes Craven's final film, and a fun script that sees the return of the franchise's creator. Worth the watch if you're craving more from Sidney Prescott and the townsfolk of Woodsboro.
Perhaps the most auteur Pixar film since Ratatouille, and their best since Coco. I mean it’s not as emotional or tear-jerking as the latter, but that doesn’t stop it from being such an artistic, enthralling masterpiece.
The animation, the best that Pixar has to offer. The story: fantastic; it has such a smaller scale but feels so grand with the concepts and ideas thanks in part to its tremendous script. The characters: memorable; I felt and understood everyone’s purpose, from…