I enjoy most movies.
top 4: random favourites
Dude looks great kicking ass in his late 50s but even when he’s John Wick, can’t hide his poor tired knees.
I am at a loss for words is such a cliché review thing to say but I don't know what else to write.
This film isn't concerned with creating wide character arcs or setting up obsticals in which characters need to overcome their deepest weaknesses in order to fight these obsticals. There's no "return to a familiar situation, having changed". It is literally just life. That's what this is about. Key moments in the life of Mason and his many different relationships and it is beautiful.
It's like The Tree of Life but actually good.
A surprisingly simple but effective epilogue to the greatest show ever created. It's not without a few problems but Vince Gilligan manages to create a worthy follow up to Breaking Bad that managed to bring a tear to my eye.