Fierce, stark, exhilarating. Uncut Gems is a shockingly gripping cacophony of its extensively haphazard devices constructing a bewilderingly bewitching narrative of remarkably crafted elements. The second of Josh and Benny Safdie’s features and my first either, Uncut Gems was steeped in uncertainty from the time I heard of it, not knowing at all what to expect, a sentiment I’m very glad I had after witnessing the absolute chaotic mayhem of a film that it is. What’s certain here is thus…
Quentin Tarantino is a man of many words and many styles, each entwining with another, guided by his unique ingenuity have made for a filmography rife with memorable quotes and moments, each exuding the same audacious kind of nonchalant exuberance. Craving some this relaxed ambiance myself I decided to compel myself into watching the remainder of his lengthy filmography that I hadn’t and faintly persuading myself into completing the task within the week. Having only seen the latter much more…
How to become a billionaire 101:
• A copious amount of self induced cringe
• Green Juice….always
• All black…..always
• Erratic bursts of robotic dancing
• ZERO blinking
• An exasperatingly fake voice
• Zuckerburg as an “inspiration”
• Wanting to “change the world”….always
Fiercely engaging show worthy of a few Emmys.
Take notes Netflix.
Who made this? Who wrote this?!?
Oh the guys who think going to theatres is an “elitist notion”. Right, that explains it. Writing a full length review isn’t worth the patience so I’ll half ass this since that’s how they made it anyways.
Chris Evans is fun tho. He’s like that cool npc who makes shit blow up so the level can continue and whoever told the guy from Bridgerton he could “act” was…