ashton sanders’ career should have the same momentum as timothée or lucas hedges or that fucking guy from to all the boys i’ve loved before. he should be in a new movie every year he should be offered franchises he should be on magazine covers and red carpets he was incredible in this movie and he deserves a big and successful career in hollywood thank you and good night!
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Technically really solid. Linus Sandgren really rocks the cinematography on this. He loves his Camtec Vintage Series Ultra Primes.
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Saw it on the big screen at DGA West which means I did not see the end sequence in IMAX. But honestly, I've never fancied format changes (that alter the aspect ratio) in films so happy to see it all at 2.39.
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