my four "favorite films" right now: Stephen King movies, since I'm currently falling in love with some of the actual books
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
"Anya Taylor-Joy as young Diana Rigg" and "Sam Claflin as young Terence Stamp" are such great concepts, it's a pity they're wasted on what's essentially a feature-length perfume ad for people who think "owning vinyl" is a personality.
The unrealistically supportive black love interest showing up to give an "I know what it's like to be the odd one out" speech ... jail for Edgar Wright.
Watching this the same week I did a Topsy-Turvy rewatch was a fatal error. Zefron is a doll and charming as hell, but the coming-of-age shit just feels like it's getting in the way of a movie about The Theatre. I could have watched an entire 90 minute recreation of the production, to be honest. What we get is terrific. Also: was Joseph Cotten really that much of a hound dog?
I would love to see Zac and Linklater team up again on something that's a bit zanier and more contemporary.