“If memories could be canned, would they also have expiry date? If so, I hope they last for centuries.”
Anyone who takes public transport regularly, has crossed paths or glanced at a certain person that you feel like you should go over and talk to but you just sit there and, for some reason, plan out your life with them and then realise you’ll never see them again once you come to a stop. Before Sunrise captures that feeling perfectly. It brings to life those dreams you have when you are in that limbo period of listening to your…
It’s just a typical Marvel film really. Cheesy one liners, some really horrible cgi in some parts, cool fight scenes that were edited to shit and a fairly standard story. I can’t really say much else, I enjoyed a lot more than I was expecting and it certainly isn’t the worst Marvel film out there.
oh. my. god.
What? Just? Happened?
First of all, the performances were easily some of the best of 2019 and the fact that it was only nominated for one category genuinely pisses me off.
Willem Dafoe is a nut case and Robert Pattinson is still surprising me after every film I see him in.
The cinematography was amazing. I kept on getting Wes Anderson vibes in some of the shots (which isn’t a bad thing at all). The framing was perfect and the mad screenplay couldn’t have been better.
Go watch this now if you haven’t already!