Saw it in its 4K 3D theatrical remaster. Not only is it a goddamn masterpiece, it's probably Cameron's best film. Insane how well it transitions between genres and tones, and the way it all builds up to Cameron's best climax. Immaculately crafted yet totally human. Movies like this deserve to conquer the world.
Finally had the chance to watch Evangelion 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon a Time.
Wait, why wouldn't I have already seen it months ago? Just not great timing for me for it to finally get released after all of its delays. A combination of life ending up really busy and chaotic the past several months, and just not mentally having the same urgency for a release like this given the way the world has been lately. It helps that I was not…
It was a lot to take in, but I think I really liked it. Great atmosphere, really nails the feel of the period and has a very physical feel to it. Funnier than I expected, and more sexual than I expected. There's a lot going on, but the core dynamic between the two amazing performances is really solid. Not so much really scary but an interesting delve into sea-themed, isolated madness. I highly recommend it if you're prepared for the weird sexual stuff.
Just saw Paddington 2 with my family and man was that absolute wholesomekino. Everything that was amazing in the first Paddington is even better in here. Every performance is great. Paddington as a character is so charming and sincere. The comedy is hilarious. There are tons of little details packed into scenes it's easy to miss, and the comedy gives off a vibe reminiscent of classic slapstick comedies. They even reference Charlie Chaplin and one segment seemed inspired by Buster…