“There she goes again with tomorrow.”
life mimics nature, nature renews the earth. visceral and transcendent—one of the only animated films about life that feels larger than it.
“Warning: the following words are my opinion. If you disagree, just keep that to yourself and know that you are a terrible person for disagreeing with me.
One of the earliest and most vivid memories I have of being in a movie theater was seeing ‘The Avengers’ during its opening weekend. I had definitely seen Marvel movies up until that point—Robert Downey Jr. stumbling around on the verge of death in ‘Iron Man’ was a terrifying scene that was quickly…
“I lost him in the sun.”
american navy propaganda, sure, but i wouldn’t have my american navy propaganda any other way than this. unabashed, glorious sun-kissed pop—every frame of this glows so perfectly, and each line and piece of music is earnestly romantic and triumphantly exhilarating. if anything, this is proof that i’m a sucker for an aggressively 80s movie and further proof that tom cruise has always been one of the best movie stars.
forgot to log this, which i guess says everything. completely forgettable, which isn't necessarily bad, but taking a story that’s this compelling on paper and an ensemble this stacked and presenting it like… this has to be some sort of crime, right? i’d say i’ll watch this and actually pay attention to it instead of working on stuff, but i just don’t want to.
A 2.5 million dollar budget
People tweeting their letters to Santa instead of writing them
Mailmen going on foot to pick up mail
Air guitar on a loaf of bread
Bossy villain guy who for some reason wants a woman who’s improving their business to be kicked out
A “picnic” inside a post office
Need I say more