This film is so inventive and crafty.
A dense and poetic film requiring a second viewing.
Some of the best smash cuts I've seen in any film in a long time.
An incredible use of a water motif throughout the film. Very powerful.
To deny this is a masterpiece is to deny ultra creative and unique voices in cinema.
Chan Wook Park is one of the most refreshing artists in the history of film.
He's a master of twists and…
The biggest crime of all is that there's actually a pretty decent screenplay here but nobody, and I truly mean NOBODY, understood the assignment.
A failure in that sense because this could very well have been one of the better films of the year. I enjoyed reading it.
This has nothing to do with the shenanigans from the cast and crew, this has everything to do with mismanagement of tone and ideas from a director who was in over their head.
This was a solid first draft but I expect about 5 more rewrites before anything this ridiculous gets funded.
Yet here we are.
One of the biggest disappointments of the year, continuing 2022's absolute shit streak.
This generations "The Happening" or "Signs".
This film offers absolutely nothing. This film could literally have not existed and my life would have gone on just fine if I never got a stupid story about a jellyfish curtain spaceship in the sky eating people…
Does letterboxd really not see past this guy's schtick?
He's a self-absorbed narcissist with the personality of a clipped toenail.
The same people who are supporting Cooper Raiff probably thought Lena Dunham was talented too.
Y'all were wrong then and y'all are wrong now.
I said it in my shithouse review and i'll say it again. He's a trust fund baby who's never worked a single day in his life and he's milking mom's credit card while coasting through life…