somehow, heartbreak feels good in a place like this
this is the movie of 2023 i will be begging every single person i know to see.
the audacious and dramatic music cues begging the audience to lean in and interpret the intense emotion and the crooked humanity behind any action. melton is so incredible in this if i just look at his face for too long i will begin to cry. the quiet abuse he suffers at her hands, so subtle, so crushing, he is so consumed by her.…
the loneliness of realizing you’ve suddenly grown up, and the man you’ve defined yourself by, whose greatness you live in the shadow of, is no deeper than you are. choices you remember making are revealed to be someone else’s. after awhile, as the luster of what you thought was love begins to dull, you stare into a mirror and try to think: who am i? what choices are mine? what defines me?
mother has done it again