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Vanessa Kirby baby, I am so sorry you had to go through all of that and give us such acting, only for the movie to come out subpar, lacking in its conveyance of actual emotions from every other character, and just the general presence of Shia LaBeouf being given the freedom to be abusive on screen, as if he needed to be paid for that too.
Everything beyond the home birth scene ultimately fell short of actually gripping you with the devastation that was actually felt by Martha, ruined probably by the haphazard editing, or something.
The Queen’s Gambit — A terrific, must watch 2020 release.
I went in this having absolutely zero expectations; how good can a show about chess be? Best case, I don’t lose interest 3 episodes in. Worse case? The show watches me instead. But wow, what an EXPERIENCE! Anya Taylor-Joy is a joy to watch, stupendously talented, for there is just something about her mannerisms, looks, and overall vibe that just does it for me, and this was well translated in her portrayal of…
The universe simply didn’t exist before Interstellar — Chris Nolan give us a movie about hope for humanity and venturing into the unknown, all whilst reminding us that we are but a minor part in the vastness of the universe, but also unlimited in our abilities for greatness.
Space has never looked so good with the picturesque cinematography and visuals in this movie, with every scene being shot to perfection, and able to elevate our beliefs of what lies in space…