'you lead a sad life dont you'
they don't make movies like this anymore.
george clooney has aged unbelievably well. he is so fucking hot.
every julia roberts outfit was a slay.
very predictable* but a lot of fun along the way.
oh and the end credits were amazing. i think it's just nostalgia (or mark fisher) talking but i fucking love outtakes. it's genuinely really nice knowing how much fun julia and george had making this.
*reclaiming the word predictable to try and make it a neutral term and less of a slur.
this film is a masterpiece.
cried so much more the second time.
the father-daughter relationship is so so beautiful and so many scenes are painfully relatable.
elsie fisher is such a phenomenal actor. a still of her walking says almost everything you could want to know about kayla day.
burnham gets the tone of this perfect. touches on subjects that could make you very uncomfotable but finds appropriate levity.
when i first watched this i just kept thinking 'this is…
such a beautiful and subtle film.
the naturalism in its shooting and performances creates a tone that is inimatable and an atmosphere that just engrosses you.
the chemistry between Malone and Keough is incredible. a chronological order of glances they exchange throughout the film would tell you exactly what is going on.
the films shows perfectly, with a great amount of refrain, the difficulty of negotiating emotions/feelings that exist when there is no feasible form of expressing them in your…