With interesting characters, a good slow burn pacing, an underwhelming climax, a very good but not on par with his other phenomenal soundtracks, some great scenes along with some flat ones as well, Tarantino’s ninth film is a quite good film. While this film is not as much of a masterpiece as many of his other films, such as Inglorious Bastards, I still found this story to be intriguing. I do think his top quality dialogue that he is known…
Old Man: “But the more the pain grows, the more this instinct for life somehow asserts itself. The necessary beauty in life is in giving yourself to it completely. Only later will it clarify itself and become coherent.”
This film is very subetly one of the most simple, beautiful, meaningful and thought provoking films of all time. Linklater is truly one of Cinema’s best.
Chernobyl tells a well-written, dramatized story about one of the worlds largest catastrophes, the nuclear explosion at Chernobyl. This 5 part HBO mini-series uncovers the layers of what was actually responsible for this disaster. The tragedy initially seemed to be rooted from a laboratory failure but eventually it was shown the that the real cause behind this disaster was based on lies, selfishness and negligence. Jared Harris, who had another incredible television performance in Mad Men, leads this show as…
With a perfect blend of comedy, emotion, loud rap music, character development and heartwarming moments, Wilde has created an incredible first feature length film. Booksmart is about two smart girls on the last day of highschool who realize they should of had more fun during high school and set out to go wild for their last night before graduation. Over an incredible soundtrack, Wilde shows how the whole night unfolds which had many funny moments as well as tear jerking…