Disappointed to read all the reviews saying “…it sticks with formula”, “…the story breaks no new ground. Ya’ll whack and it is your reviews that are formulaic. You have nothing interesting to say so you go with the cliches, and I understand that from a Letterboxd reviewer but come on, professional critics saying that?? I mean, I wonder if they even know the basics of storytelling to call a film “formulaic”. There are beats and tropes for a reason, dude.…
Anybody find it kinda suspicious that Disney has donated to anti-abortion PACs in the past and this film’s villain is a career woman who has her newborn child killed?
If I’m reaching there, that’s alright. There are still plenty of reasons why this sucks. The storytelling is at its laziest and most messy. Emma Thompson is great, though, and deserved better material. Emma Stone on the other hand… meh.
What a great film. It may actually be my favorite serial killer film at first watch. That would mean I like this more than I like Seven, and I don't think that is a hyperbole. Because Zodiac is thrilling and suspenful from the moment Hurdy Gurdy Man plays in the opening scene right until it plays again in the closing credits, aided by the perfect direction and pace from David Fincher, and incredible performances leaded by Jake Gyllenhaal (he acted…
I have always been strict with 5 stars ratings only giving one to those films I really consider masterpieces. Yet I will acknowledge Rush is not a masterpiece per se, but it was such an incredible experience I don't even care.
My heart, for two hours was either completely nuts and going like a G6 or not moving at all. Because I felt inside the film. There were some wonderful technics with the camera and the sound effects, resulting in…