A photograph is capturing a fleeting moment.
Linklater is the king of capturing moments and capturing vibes.
Finally got around to watching this, making my Tarantino ranked list complete—albeit needs a rewatch of some, specifically Django.
I dont really have too much to say about the movie itself. It's Tarantino, WWII, it's great. A lot different than what I expected, honestly, but it delivers.
Reminded me how shitty it is working in food service. Nothing like getting yelled at by someone for their own fault. Nothing like being fucked over every other day because of an entitled customer.
Even though I didn't work in a restaurant, this experience feels very realistic and relatable. Reveal at the end was neat and I didn't actually see it coming even though it was foreshadowed the whole time, and I see why Ryan is so into this film.
The cracks of Raimi's directing makes this enjoyable; unfortunately, at the end of the day it's corporate Marvel who has total control so it was safe and couldn't be freaky the entire time.
The reason I went and saw this movie was because I was interested in what cameos there would be and I was happy with them. Since it's still not stakes Marvel, we shouldn't expect deaths often, so it was neat just seeing the multiverse cameos thrown away—Loved…
For some reason I can't stand black and white films most of the time, but this is a visual style I absolutely adore. Special effects like this are great and practical stunts out of necessity instead of an artistic choice really bred so much creativity and just cool cinematography. They really don't make movies like this anymore.
That being said, the movie is good but not too good. Certainly a decade defining movie, and contains a lot of action troupe…