4K remaster- Carolina Theatre in Durham.
Ummm this usage of M83 music is really weird and took me out of the action a bunch. Really liked some parts of this, but in the end it's just a really well made crime drama that probably eats at the hearts of lots of Italians. Rome is an amazing, strange, and maddeningly complex place and Suburra captures its darkest elements with clarity. But back to the M83 music: I'm wondering how much this makes the saga appear slick, beautiful…
Dug it! First experience with MI, and don't worry if you're like me, things start falling into place pretty quickly, there's not really a lot of "lore" here. The thing I admire the most about this one is that there's such a wonderful tone that never loses seriousness or humor.
Part of me just hates to do a raw contrast to Bond films, but where I think modern Bond has failed is that it tries to put sophistication over spectacle…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Okay I have more to say now, because a friend messaged me on Facebook, asking me if I thought he gouged his eyes out at the end of the movie. This is what I sent back to him, with a little more editing and addition.
The whole reason we're not shown the result and left w/Rachel Weisz sitting at the table is because we're considering Colin Farrell's options. He can 1. Gouge his eyes out 2. Not gouge his eyes…