Basically a mix of 'Milo and Otis' and 'Cloud Atlas', but like, pretty crappy (and considering I don't like either of those films very much, thats saying something). I'm not going to comment on the recently surfaced video of a dog used in this film being forced underwater, because I feel like this movie kinda speaks for itself. 'A Dog's Purpose' is akin to a wet, unwashed piece of lettuce: it probably won't kill you but its sure to not…
Jesus, this was therapeutic. Who would have thought that at the end of the year, my top two films would be so radically different?- 'Nocturnal Animals': a sort of tribute to nihilism, and this, 'La La Land': perhaps the most joyful film experience of the last decade. Strangely, both contain the theme of reality meeting fantasy in explosive fashion, yet each in extremely dissimilar ways.
There was something distinctly unique about my screening, as I was watching the film up…
My first movie of 2017.
I mean... wow. I gotta be honest, I kinda dug this movie. NO, don't get me wrong, this is garbage. This is bottom of the barrel in terms of the filmmaking, acting, effects, basic storytelling, like I'm pretty sure this is exactly what Scorsese thinks of when he says that cinema is dead.
I think I might legitimately need to sit down and re-watch this movie if I want to give a fair and…