A bit too bro-heavy at times and definitely takes too much time to settle on its main focus. Why is the 2 blokes section so long? or there in the first place, really?
Although, Cage does get punched in the face more than once and Vinny Curran provides some laughs towards the beginning.
I was also quite surprised at how much horror was contained in Spring, which is barely any. It's a romance film much of its duration with horror bits sprinkled here and there. Unexpected and original.
Saving grace is the Aaron Moorhead cinematography.
I'm not exactly sure what the hell is going on Brian Trenchard-Smith's Dead End Drive-In. I do know we have ourselves a post-apocalyptic world infested with car carcasses and carboys and functioning drive-in movie theater. I am not sure where everyone keeps getting hair and beauty products though.
Trenchard-Smith appears to be going for some type of allegory here, but whatever it is it's sorely underdeveloped (actually flat-out forgotten the majority of the time).…
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My mouth was agape, awestruck for the entire duration.
I know I claimed Spirited Away to be the best animated film ever, but now I just don't know anymore. Are these two tied? Is this the best animated film? Is it still Spirited Away?
Demon worms, rotting boar carcasses, cursed forearms, a red elk, bobblehead tree spirits, a goofy looking Forest God that turns into a giant, translucent glob of sparkling water, detached limbs and heads, wolves, hangry apes, more…