Say what you will about Ben Falcons as a filmmaker but he has the balls to kill himself off in his own film. Name another director that’s done that. I’ll wait.
Bonnie and Clyde holds up extremely well 55 years later, better than I ever thought it would.
The Great Depression while in an important time in our history that’s worth discussing has never interested me too much but the small footnote of criminal couple of the time that many people looked up to in Bonnie and Clyde are an interesting subject within an overall uninteresting period.
That being said, I was nervous that this film would be overlong and boring…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Please stop fucking! The more you fuck, the more my headache pounds in.
This takes a lot of my being for me to give 1 star because I was constantly annoyed, bored, having a headache and an overall bad time. Plus Steve Martin steaks the name Tom Baker away from one of the best doctors. The only thing that keeps it away from Ashton Kutcher and the classical gas needle drop. Everything else is insufferable for me, sorry.
I really loved Free Guy. It's the closest we may ever get to a grand theft auto movie.
I could definetly see Reynolds getting an Oscar nomination and possibly even winning!
This is by far the best work Shawn Levy has done. It definitely deserves the 3.9 on Letterboxd.
The audience was also really packed which I'm very happy about, I was dying of laughter and so was everybody in the theater.
I'd definitely recommend free guy!