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In my two previous viewings of this movie I had it pegged at 3.5 stars. Good movie, but I was just so hung up on some of the emotional decisions made in the movie. I couldn't believe that Murph wouldn't go back to see his daughter before leaving...I couldn't believe that Brand would fight so hard to see someone she loved one more time... and I didn't buy her speech at all, either.
Sitting down to watch…
Slept through most of this, tbh.
My sleep debt is off the charts right now and sadly Rob Lowe and his bizarre hair have taken the brunt of things.
What I saw wasn’t terrible but did feel very early 2000s. Rutger Hauer as Barlow, mama mia. I def would have made a few more passes as his vocals. You can hear his lips smacking together and pulling apart during his first big speech. His mouth noises made me want to…
Not a dry eye in the frigging house.
Disclaimer I've been watching pro wrestling since I was a kid so get off me. There is a specific scene in this movie that pays tribute to the brothers and it knocked my socks off. So beautiful.
Can you imagine being in Texas and watching pro wrestling in the late 70s and early 80s? This was the biggest shit in town, folks. Can you imagine being a popular pro wrestler in that…
First and last scenes had me hypnotized.
Meditative and contemplative. Forces you to think about your own decisions made over the years and wonder if you can make peace with them. Their conversations in that bed? Cripes alive.
Probably gonna spend $80 on the A24 store for a Blu-Ray of this.