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What this movie seemed to tell me:
Native Americans are only two things: noble or feral savages. They speak a miracle language, that only the white protagonist can decifer, because he "knows" them. He studied the enemy. Something they never did.
Somehow, even after a couple of years / decades of inprisonment, they are too savage to learn the noble english tongue, in contrast to the fine young intellectuals among the soldiery. Seriously, I needed subtitles because I couldn't make…
Keith L. Williams is hilarious in nearly every scene. And the frat boy brawl was really funny.
The rest of the jokes fell mostly flat. And I have a huge problem with the supposedly "fun" aspect of oblivious kids playing with sex toys. I mean, I get the joke. But it was forced heavily. And I actually turned against the movie when it kept coming back to that theme. Especially with everything Hollywood had to struggle with when it comes…
What a beautiful film, full of brilliantly crafted, religious contemplation. Jeff Bridges and Robin Williams had great chemistry, while the latter probably played one of the best roles in his lifetime. Maybe both of them did.
I don't know why I keep stumbling upon so many gems recently, but I'm immensly grateful for it. The Fisher King is a subtle, quiet masterpiece, full of extremely expressive imagery, wonderfully quirky characters and layers upon layers of clever subject treatment, merging age-old…
I'm actually quite surprised that we ended up at this point with the franchise. Infinity War is basically a big budget sci-fantasy flick. And I don't even mean that as a pun. It's a fantasy movie with sci-fi aesthetics. Sure it has superheroes in the sense of Marvel comic book characters, but none of them resembled what that term would imply anymore. And that's not necessarily a bad thing either. I just realized how weird that transition is.