Having not seen this since theaters I was very worried to revisit it. The rep this film has earned over the past few years is not too hot. But, fuck it. I thoroughly enjoy this film and I'm really not afraid to say it. Sure, it has it's issues but I really just didn't get bothered by them. I just enjoyed Stringer Bell and crew on their journey.
Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow.
So many emotions after this. Is it over the top at times? Absolutely! But, Xavier Dolan puts so much energy into this film that I didn't give a damn! The acting is spectacular across the board. By the end of the film I was left feeling rocked. It's my favorite film that I've seen over the past few weeks and one that I believe will only improve as I come back to view it again.
No one does fucked up quite like Fincher. That being said I fucking loved this. Granted, I may be a tad bit biased based on my love for Fincher (he is my favorite director). But, this was excellent.
Having read the book I was worried about how this story would translate to film. Calm down everyone, it worked out just fine. Props to Gillian Flynn to sticking to her story and writing one hell of a screenplay. And props to…
Today, I embarked on a journey. A joint journey in which Gustav letterboxd.com/gustavr/ and I are very excited about. Over the next few weeks we will be going back and re-watching some of our all time favorite films. Today we began with the love of my life, Children of Men.
When I was in the eighth grade, my love for films truly began. I was on my way to Florida on a family vacation and had rented some movies off…