that poster is a work of art
"It doesn’t get more personal than "Shape of Water" for me. I am the proudest of it. It’s my favorite movie that I’ve done.”
- Guillermo del Toro
I kept repeating that quote above as I watched this, wondering why exactly it was this movie of all things he was the most proud of. It didn't seem like his most complex or grandest work, nor did it ever feel like it, but as it kept going, it started to become…
Me, back in February, directly from my review of "Drive", my opinion on Ryan Gosling:
"This is my first movie with him, and I can safely say, this has to be one of the most uninteresting actors I think I've ever seen in a motion picture."
Me now, after seeing "La La Land", "The Big Short", and this:
I was a fucking idiot nearly a year ago."
"Dawn Of Justice" is one of the most batshit insane blockbusters I think I've ever witnessed. I can't believe Warner Brothers actually greenlit this and thought it would work for a general audience.
This isn't a Superhero movie. This is one part political drama, one part GrindHouse horror show with a giant pissed off Ben Affleck as the main villain, and then ends in a giant cluster fuck of Zack Snyder being Zack Snyder in more ways than…