Is there a movie that is realistic and truthful that was made in the U.S? Or is everything going to be political for the woke trend?
A tortured artist. That’s what some are saying?
Because Michelangelo’s self-portrait in the Sistine Chapel isn’t the epitome of a tortured artist, it’s Bo Burnham. He is the TRUE tortured artist. Crippled, alienated, and misunderstood. I’ll remember that when I visit Rome and stare at the flayed skin painted in The Last Judgment.
(More Sarcasm: The one who’s going to be affected by the global warming crisis, systematic oppression, inequality is Bo Burnham. I’m glad he’s able to speak about all…
Oh My Mozzarella!
I have read that people believe this should have been a short film and I agree completely. There wasn't much conflict, action or drama for this to be over an hour and a half. I think there was potential for the relationship of the two young boys to develop into something more fruitful, sadly, they had the betrayal scene to add spice to this lacking Italian dish. There were other overdone character arcs like this, for instance,…
The film was hollow, stagnant, and forced sentimental cliches. Overall, a little boring. Though, the grandma was entertaining for roughly 3 minutes. The problem might be that there was no focus on a single character, it jumped between the father and the son which I didn't think the film gained weight or depth from that decision. Plus, that daughter was very much ignored and they all know english very well. Personally, I know people who have lived in the U.S…
Why Lady Bird is like Purgatory
Greta Gerwig is the Rupi Kaur of the film industry.
Mucha gente le gusta esta pelicula porque es Greta como directora—the mumblecore actress, Noah Baumbach’s domestic partner/baby momma, the silly Sacramento girl that missed out on entertaining Gen-Z’s because she was born too early for YouTube.
Greta states in an interview that Sacramento hasn’t been given its proper spotlight in film. I don’t agree. Who is asking to see the lives of white folks…