This movie is dumb and stupid, here are some of my notes:
- Awful cg
- Terrible dialogue
- Terrible sets and greenscreen
- Treats the audience like you’re thick
- Weirdly stilted
- Really bad sound effects
- The context gives the rock an entirely new way to get circlejerked
The rock: “wow look at my body I’m so strong and cool”
Kevin heart: “im short lol, I’m black lol”
Jack black: “instagram lol”
Nebula: “im hot lol”
- Very on the nose and simplistic
- Last act is incredibly boring
- The score is appallingly generic
I'm at a loss for words when it comes to the plot twist; it's so fucking alarming. For a second, I thought the only twist was that, but fuck, there's so much more and I literally shouted and froze.
Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine that simple phrases like "One plus one equals one" could be so frightening.
Villeneuve, you have traumatized me once more, yet I never complain.
Pierrot Le Fou, this is arguably one of French cinema’s greatest motion pictures ever and I think most people can agree with that especially knowing what just happens within the technicality of the film. As one of the greatest films by one of the greatest filmmakers of French cinema in Jean-Luc Godard, not only is this 1965 motion picture one of the greatest motion pictures in terms of its technicality and experimental sense, but also one of the most influential…
2021’s 123rd movie • 74/100
In 99% of the cases, when I’m rating a movie, I never take in consideration if it’s the type of movie I like. In fact, what I do take in consideration is if the movie is great in general, whether if it’s a new favorite of mine or not. Action movies are usually the worst if I have to judge based on my personal taste. Between all of the existent movie genres in the world,…
2021’s 122nd movie • 84/100
Because of Friday the 13th, I knew I had to watch a horror movie to get into the date’s spirit. I initially thought this would suck and that I would not enjoy it, just like it happened when I watched Suspiria (1977), but I’m glad I was wrong. Possession is a superb horror movie and Isabelle Adjani’s performance was its highlight. In a perfect world, she would have won an Oscar for it.
It’s extremely interesting to…
This movie is absolutely insane. Yes, it’s as disturbing as everyone says it is but it needed to be to really make an impact. I know a lot of people who didn’t like this film and I just have to disagree with all of them. This film is beautiful. It’s unique, well acted, well shot, well scripted and well told. Ari Aster put a lot of work into this film and it truly shows. It’s not a film for everyone, but the people who enjoy the art and hard work put into films will truly respect it.
The movie that finally gave Leo that Oscar. Every time I watch this I’m left completely blown away. Leonardo DiCaprio is amazing and gives one of his best performances by far as the strong, brave Hugh Glass. Every single shot in this film is outstanding thanks to Emmanuel Lubezki who always does and amazing job on every single film he takes on. If you haven’t already seen this, please watch it! I promise it’ll blow your mind.
Damn, Paul Thomas Anderson really knows how to make a great movie. I’ve never seen anything like it. This film is so different, so unique it just makes me feel good knowing how new and fresh it is. Joaquin Pheonix and Phillip Seymour-Hoffman are amazing in the film. This film is everything it needed to be.
Yet another movie caught in the 2020 film stop that was moved an entire year ahead. I’ve been long awaiting to see this movie and I am now able to say that in the end it left me satisfied enough to enjoy it. I do wish though there weren’t so many antagonists. If they would’ve stuck to just one this could’ve been a better film. Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt do make it up for their charismatic performances that carry…