I already know what my favorite film is going to be for the rest of 2022. What a jaw-dropping masterpiece!
In light of my sister getting married this Friday, I thought it would be a great time to watch this.
I genuinely enjoyed it for how funny and sweet it was. Steve Martin and Martin Short were the big highlights for the film. I especially love how the story is told through George’s perspective on how setting up a wedding can be stressful, but learning how to let go. Although, the part on why they called off the wedding is so dumb.
Other than that, this was a solid watch.
My Criterion Challenge 2022: 8/52
#37 Out at Criterion: Watch an LGBTQ film
To be honest, Ingmar Bergman’s films are going to take awhile for me to get into. Don’t get me wrong, I like what it was trying say, and there’s a lot of great production value, interesting subtext and interpretation. But I am left feeling confused and unable to process what I watched. I liked it but it definitely needs a rewatch for sure.
After three years of feeling underwhelmed with Neon Genesis Evangelion, I can finally agree that the anime series is fantastic!
The story gets more interesting as it progresses. Like the first half was good and all, but the second half is what makes this show so unique and special. It’s a psychological mecha anime that doesn’t hold back on anything. While it does touch on dark and mature themes, there is a glimmer of hope in the mix as well.…