Extremely serious film critic as you can imagine.
Just very patiently waiting for Florence Pugh to collect her Oscar
That was definitely… Something.
Dont quite know what to make of it, honestly. Went in with quite high expectations and found it enjoyable but perhaps not as much as expected.
Starts interesting, second act really is the peak of the film, with all its absurdity and obvious social and political criticism it is still where the comedy remains the strongest. Third act goes down a bit I think, but still strong. The core of the film relies on the real…
You don’t understand. THIS is cinema!
Totally engaging from the beginning till the cut to black.
Beneath all of its Cronenberg like body horror and explicit imagery, it really is a film about unconditional love. That is it, simply Love.
Watching it feels like you don’t know if it’s the most fucked up psychopathic murderer having sex with cars film you’ve ever seen or if it’s just a film about the search and the longing for the feeling of family,…
God I’m in love with this film.
When this came out back in 2016, I tried to watch it multiple times, and everytime it just wasn’t for me. I was quite young then, and never got very far, 15 minutes in and I would always give it up. Now looking back, I realise that I just wasn’t into cinema as much as I am now, and every time I tried La La Land, I just didn’t get the beauty of…