“It smells like dust and moonlight”
Pinned reviews are recent ones that I've made that I like
Watched, once again, in the span of two sittings. Because I just couldn’t stop.
I am moved again to silence by this soul-striking piece. A true historical and dramatic masterpiece if our modern time (those two are so rarely put together is such equality). Haunting, of course. And reflective. So beautiful, and so silent.
New details came forth to me from this second viewing. I have a such a stronger love for this work, in the reinforcement of the knowledge…
Acht! Yes! Another episode came out!
Exactly what I wanted it to be, and so much more. A dip back into old emotions, and a nice deep warm hug with this one. Soooo fuckin’ delightful to have the chance to experience this loveliness while it’s still coming out. Soothes me heart.
Extremely hard to write a review about media that is both so personal, yet so intentionally ambiguous. It’s not something to be written about, shelved away, and catalogued as “oh wow Bo Burnham’s outdone himself again!”. I’m hesitant to even use a single positive or negative adjective about this. It just is. And I think it’s pretty important. You can see my rating, you know how I feel.
Uhhhhhhh I mean...
Haha this was such a crazy comedy thing! Never…
I have no words. This film shocked and awed me to my core. A perfectly beautiful representation of life, of death, of thought, and of time. It delighted and terrified me utterly, and has been the closest connection that I can make to this universe of unreason. Thank you.