Most of the time I'm just enjoying the soundtrack.
My 6 month journey of completing/ rewatching the filmography of Meryl Streep comes to an end with the film I seem to enjoy ALOT more than the average Letterboxd user.
My admiration for Meryl is so strong you might think I was an Academy Awards voter. Then put her in an extravagant campy musical alongside Nicole Kidman and Andrew Rannells, I'll be so overwhelmed with joy I'll just be able tolerate the terrible miscasting of James Corden.
Over 40 years…
Unintentionally, June Again could be viewed as the motherly alternative to The Father.
Two films released closely together that depict dementia, coming to terms with ageing, familial tolerance, and boast a high-calibre central performance from a beloved screen veteran.
But to draw comparisons to The Father feels unfair, for one thing it was made in 2019 when Florian Zeller's creation was only known as a play.
June Again offers something special, a bittersweet concept that alot of us have probably…
3 days of nothing but watching Star Wars and not even ending on this chaotic mess could make me regret it. The series has always been such a mixed bag of quality, and I find them all so much easier to watch when accepting the often terrible writing is just part of the fun.
In a way, it's the ulitmate Star Wars movie:
Like the original trilogy - it's alot of fun with some strong heartfelt moments and intensity.
Like the prequel trilogy- there are some dramatic moments that don't land and make you laugh instead and are pretty terrible.
Like the previous two in the sequel trilogy- there are moments that will completely divide the fanbase and have them rioting.
Their aim here was to be a culmination of the whole saga, I…