do like films tbf
probably one that i’ll come to love the more i think about, but coming out of it now fresh in my mind, i really liked it.
with great performances from the two leads, and a well written romance that really highlights the core emotions of a relationship, in any aspect. i dug it. not as shocking or (verbally) explosive as similar a24 films, but it’s a great directorial debut and is a really solid, well crafted and executed film - really glad i saw it.
it really is one of the best films of the last decade. finding it hard to piece together what to say about it, as it’s all a bit overwhelming. it’s a very dense film, but one that is a genuine technical achievement in filmmaking.
firstly, performances: that oscar is Cillian’s, no doubt about it. everyone else is great: RDJ, Damon, Pugh etc there isn’t a fault in anyone. one in particular who isn’t getting as much notice for some…
there came a point, during the messy & loud third act, that i asked myself ‘why is this film only just coming out now? it’s 5 years too late.’.
the long-awaited Black Widow solo film is finally here. this is a fun film, with some very well directed action that’s very reminiscent of a Bond/Bourne film, and well written family dynamics that pretty much glue this film together. the best thing this does, is that it doesn’t follow the standard Marvel template of…
as someone who loves the series, this is a bad film. not boring, but a badly written and executed film.
from dull and slow action scenes that feel out of place, to plot holes and inconsistencies that stick out like a sore thumb, this is a film that stripped away everything that made the series so gritty and brilliant. to also not even mention Alice Morgan at any point in this is awful. similar to series 4, Luther as a show drops…