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US is an audacious & clever trip through the looking glass that asks how Americans are going to live with ourselves after being reminded of who we really are. a lot funnier than it is frightening — a horror movie for a world in which real life is scary enough on its own. Lupitas! that score!
definitely some bumps in the road, but i was sold on its big ideas. anything more will have to wait.
Most of this is just a very good don't get out of the car, hey look behind you movie but Peele has such a well of imagination that he creates this additional tantalizing scenario that absolutely begs for both a more coherent idea to tether it to and also an explanation that would kill the whole movie if it was offered. Tough tightrope, fun movie.
This was in my queue forever. Overall, I found it to be a fun, pulpy romp.
Really happy that Zahler is fighting the fight and making original modern genre cinema. Some of the most disturbing onscreen violence I've seen in quite some time.
I think speeding up the pace would greatly help. But I also have to respect that this is clearly what Zahler wants... Brawl is 132 mins and Dragged Across Concrete is 159 mins. He likes his films on the long side.
Because I love Spider-Man so much, I am always extremely suspicious of my own reactions to Spider-Man movies. Like, is it really that good? Or am I just so much of a Spider-Man mark that anything will please me?
In the case of Into the Spider-Verse, it is as good or better than I initially thought. On repeat viewing, it’s so smart, and sweet, and beautifully animated — and so fun to look at I and a lot of people…