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This is definitely a hidden gem from the mid 2000s, but I feel like more people appreciate it now because the cast had done incredible things since. You know those shows about families that are so awful that it makes you feel good about yours, well this is that basis but in a fantastic movie. I can’t think of a movie I’ve watched recently that is as easily recommendable.
Fantastic romance film, this genre is my guilty pleasure and this movie hits a very soft spot. I can’t tell if it’s a melancholic or feel good movie, I think it walks the line between. It’s a movie that I will now recommend to plenty of people. The dialogue and performances are perfect. No complaints over here.
This was probably the most ambitious, and confusing plot to any movie I’ve ever seen. I love most of this movie but there’s a lot that I don’t really like, unlike most Nolan Films. One of my complaints is the score, it falls flat compared to Hans Zimmer’s work. Travis Scott’s harmonizing hums made it into the theatrical cut and I loved that. Also, there were about 15 different thick accents, I think I understood 65% of the dialogue. That…
It’s interesting to me that Netflix picked this movie up, maybe after the critical acclaim that Marriage Story received they thought this would be a good move. Okay for starters I think this movie has gorgeous shots from start to finish. I also enjoyed how square the aspect ratio was, it really let’s the viewer know this is an arthouse movie immediately. The dialogue throughout the entire film is awkward and sets an uneasy tone. Every long stare, stutter, movement,…