Me vs. watching movies other than Star Wars challenge
I’ve been watching Nolan films all week and you can really tell this has been a culmination of his entire career. All of his incredible tricks and really none of his usual annoyances. Just an astonishing piece of work and it makes me so excited that people are turning up to the theaters for it. We don’t have many Christopher Nolans left.
I have been at TIFF all weekend and have been too tired to write anything on the movies I’ve seen. I’ll get to it when I get back home.
I feel responsible for letting people know how absolutely twisted and FANTASTIC this movie is. Claire Denis injects a sci-fi film about isolation in space (a story done quite often) with such chaos, graphic violence, and disturbing imagery. The visuals creep under your skin until you’re left with nothing but…
I saw a person write the other day that The Force Awakens changed the way they watch movies. It’s a sentiment I didn’t know I agreed with until I read it. Prior to TFA, I watched movies on a surface level; I reveled in the magic on screen, fell in love with hundreds of characters, and was obsessed with hundreds of movies. I’ve loved movies my whole life but The Force Awakens made me fall in love with how movies…