I'm pretty much speechless here outside of my statement that "No Time to Die" is the perfect end of Craig's tenure as Bond. This was never going to be anything besides that, the next Bond will come and go, who knows if their ending will be as "special" or as certain as Craig's finale, but it doesn't need to be, and I know I'm talking about an uncertain future for the franchise. Nobody knows if the next Bond will be…
"Red Rocket" is Sean Baker's best film yet with another addition to his Dysfunctional-American-Life saga of films. The story of an out of work adult film star moving back to his hometown stuck living with his ex-wife and mother-in-law is a great premise, and Simon Rex has a career performance as the hard to respect but the somehow loveable main character, in this hilarious and unique film that will be a difficult watch for some, but a brilliant one for others.
Edit: 10/07/2021: I cried after the film. I'm so happy we finally made it.
Thank you MGM for pushing back “No Time To Die” 7 Months... gives me more time for my Bond Rewatch!
But go fuck yourself for every other reason.
Edit 4/19/20: Honestly pretty understandable why you pushed it back.
Edit: 8/19/20: You thinking about moving it again?
Edit: 10/02/20: And... It's April 2021 now.
Edit: 03/20/21: October/November?
Edit: 09/24/21: Oh geez I need to finish that rewatch ASAP. SEE YOU IN THEATERS ON OCTOBER 7TH!!
Edit: 10/07/21: TODAY!!