A very solid film, not quite as action packed as I remember the original being, but some really spectacular set pieces none the less. And a standout scene of slapstick physical comedy genius that had everyone in the screening laughing and giggling.
Hadn't even heard of this until I saw it was out this week. By the same writer and director as Winter's Bone, this is a rather beautiful story of a dad and his daughter living their life in the wilderness.
It's not fast paced or action packed kinda thing, more of a slow intimate look at how they live their life and how it intersects with regular society. A lot of films doing this sort of thing would shove loads…
A truly beautiful film and one of Ghibli's most mature pieces of work. This is a nostalgic tale of a 27 year old woman who looks back on her life through the eyes of her 10 year old self. She looks over the difficult times, missed opportunities and regrets she had growing up when she's stuck at a crossroads in her life unsure of what she needs to do to become truly happy.
Even though I've seen this a couple of times before, I found it impossible not to cry at the end. Magnificent.
Not bad actually. I have issues (not commenting for fear of spoilers), but overall it's surprising just how well it hangs together given the sheer amount of moving parts.
My big takeaway is why we need to deep fry kebabs? Is it doner or chicken / lamb? Battered? Is it just the meat that's deep fried or a complete kebab including the naan bread or pitta? This film has left me with so many unanswered questions.