20. unfortunately watched all of sebastian stans credits
i can understand people saying they don't see civil war as a captain america movie but rather an avengers movie as the main dispute is the avengers freedom to be controlled by the government. this being shown in the airport scene with the avengers being divided in two teams with two different wants. one team being tony, who immediately agreed to sign with the government, and the other being steve. from the previous captain america movie, i've come to realise…
I could not imagine being a young parent. My father and I are also 20 years apart. Watching this alone in the cinema, being the age my father was when he had a child, hit me. He had also told me he never imagined reaching 30 years old. In another reality, I would think this would have been us.
The film is gorgeous, but it focused too much on the aesthetics that it lacked in the actual story. It had…
“It’s hard, isn’t it? Being a person.”
Right off the bat the cinematography was stunning. The realness. Humans being humans. Not wanting anything in life, feeling uninteresting, death. The humor was dry but it worked really well. That one transition ate. They were going so hard on the score. This one is for my suicidal introverted homies.