London’s review published on Letterboxd:
Even better the second time around. The Lighthouse is a blend of madmen descending even further into their own madness, the call of homoerotic tendencies in the face of loneliness, and the final judgement by the gods of a man worth.
I absolutely love films that you can constantly theorize the themes, meaning, and ending of. That is definitely the case with The Lighthouse. I am going to be thinking about this film constantly until my third watch.
The scenes in which the two leads have the biggest meltdowns or freak outs provide career best performances for both of them. I implore you to watch this film while in theaters, if only to see the greatest acting from a Seagull the world has ever seen.