I just love films, that's all.
Unexpected shifts in emotion leading to erratic human behavior. Those were the scenes that work best. Seems like William Hurt was the ultimate 80s alpha male. Holly Hunter was the ultimate 80s more-cute-than-beautiful girl next door with a go-getter personality. She's really great, she gives one of my favorite performance ever. And then James Brooks casts himself in a role that could be considered self-loathing (perhaps too aware that he will be directing himself). But it provides a nice balance, the three of them. Interesting world to set a romantic comedy.
Oscar's 2020 - Prediction (September 2020)
1. The Trial of Chicago 7
3. Ma Rainey's Black Bottom
6. News of the World
9. On The Rocks
10. West Side Story
1. David Fincher (Mank)
2. Chloe Zhao (Nomadland)
3. Aaron Sorkin (The Trial of Chicago 7)
4. Denis Villeneuve (Dune)
5. George C. Wolfe (Ma Rainey's Black Bottom)
1. Jennifer Hudson (Respect)
This was a good sequel, but I wouldn't say this lived up to its predecessor. The inside jokes were funny, I love the humor in this film. There were also some great cameos in here especially Keanu Reeves! Dear lord, I love him in John Wick, he's so good. But the storyline for this film didn't quite work out for me. It felt bland which I think could've been changed up a little bit, actually more. It wasn't as strong…