@therapsynthesizer from instagram
i like movies.
White guy realizes he lives in a society, but not as fun as other films with white guys realizing they live in a society.
The camerawork is brilliant but it overshadows the lack of substantial anything that it’s capturing on film. Like the acting is great, and they yell sometimes which is cool, but where does it go?
And the whole existentialism theme, and self awareness of that existentialism, doesn’t absolve this criticism. It’s overly repetitive for the sake of…
This is so fucking incredible. Editing + camera work combo is MASTERFUL in every sense of the word.
Some of the best usage of split diopter, and split screen in general, I’ve ever had the pleasure of watching.
Technically brilliant with a John Travolta performance that makes everything within the movie’s plot so engaging. Kept me hanging on until the very end.
This one really surprised me. Slow first act for sure, the writing’s a bit clunky at setting everything up, but the last two acts and the writing just ramp up in a way I wasn’t expecting.
Paul Thomas Anderson is a good director man.
Philip Seymour Hoffman owns a top three scene in this movie too. What a guy, I miss him a lot.