Casual Critic, I rather enjoy the movie :)
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Who doesn't love to see a genius? I love to see people doing things beyond my imagination. Just because of that factor, the series has 3 starts, just like that. The decision of having Anya Taylor-Joy as the main actress will ever confuse me. Although her performance was marvelous, it is really hard to believe her sometimes because it seems that she is modeling while acting. Because of this, the performance might feel "too much", or not natural. Either way,…
The Dramatic, messy story of an Au Pair who falls in love. This was a very ambitious story. Just like in the first series, Flanagan kept the Love factor, but he made love the main story. Something he wanted to experiment with even more was how to present the storyline. Time was not linear, the story was presented even messier than in Hill House, because of it, understanding what was going on became troublesome. Matching the important events between each…
A stressful journey for Howard, his family, any character in the film and the viewer. Wrong choices all over and over again, and it seems it would never end. Howard felt immortal, he pushed his and everyone's limits until the very end.
In my sweet opinion, the result or conclusion for this film is... Adam Sandler can be a great drama actor when given the right story.
The two hours and a half song.
I'm a fan of musicals, I'll always enjoy good music and Les Miserables holds a music score that can be felt under your bones. An outstanding performance of Hugh Jackman and an amazing introduction to Eddie Redmayne. "One Day More" is one of the best songs in this musical, that if you really hear it you will be able to feel the music and maybe even shiver.