So an interesting thing about me is I like movies and like WATCHING them
This movie and The Assistant basically created a new horror genre called A Woman Existing. The most effective public health PSA I've ever seen. Watched while experiencing the height of 2nd dose Moderna side effects including shivering, headaches, and crying while looking at my dog because I'll love him forever. Four stars!
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
ME: Excited to watch this movie that film twitter seems to love a lot!
MANDY: [does a fridging]
Wonderful aesthetic choices all around, I saw things in this movie I had never seen before. If I were to make a movie, I absolutely wouldn't make this, too violent and weird for my tastes! I'm glad people enjoyed it. Three and a half stars!
There's been talks of a remake forever so here's my proposed cast(s) for it:
Wadsworth - Bill Hader
Ms. Scarlet - Anne Hathaway
Col. Mustard - Randall Park
Mrs. White - Maya Rudolph
Prof. Plum - Lakeith Stanfield
Mrs. Peacock - Julia Louis-Dreyfus
Mr. Green - Sam Richardson
Yvette - Billie Lourd
Mr. Boddy - Adam Scott
Singing Telegram Girl - Chelsea Peretti
Wadsworth - Jordan Peele
Ms. Scarlet - Tina Fey
Col. Mustard - Channing Tatum
I'm having the exact same arc with LW as I did with Lady Bird, which is really liking and enjoying it the first time and then, upon rewatch, knowing the relationships and plot well enough to absorb every note and color and movement of what Gerwig's actually doing. And, well...
What a monument to the beauty of quiet lives. There is no conflict other than the inherent struggle of good people trying to love each other as best they can...and…