After seeing M. Night Shyamalan's last film, THE VISIT, I wrote that "at the end, I wanted to both pat him on the back and punch him in the face."
And I guess that's just how it's always going to be.
Five stars? Yeah, five stars. Call me Standard & Poor's because I'm just tossing out AAA ratings.
A (frequently hilarious) crime movie where the American economy is the corpse, the entire financial system is the culprit, and the detectives all have bets on the body dropping.
But for the bearish take, you can hear Josh try to rain on my Adam McKay party on Filmspotting #566.
Forget finally confronting "Upstream Color," or the eventual Sacred Cow conversation about "2001"... Having completed my "Before Sunrise/Sunset" homework, I can't imagine anything more daunting than seeing and discussing "Midnight." I find I'm utterly incapable of talking about these films in a rational, analytical way. Remember Ebert's joyous opening to his "Almost Famous" review?
Oh, what a lovely film. I was almost hugging myself while I watched it.
That's me with "Sunrise/Sunset", except instead of an impulse to hug myself,…