i don’t understand films
me: *looking at florence pugh* i saw a woman so beautiful i started crying
for real tho. this film was so special. i have never read little women nor have i seen ANY of the (many) adaptations so i went in relatively fresh. i was still ridiculously excited for this considering how much i loved Lady Bird and this cast is phenomenal.
throughout the entirety of Little Women i just felt this unexplained urge to CRY. the whole way through. i…
1917 is definitely a technical marvel. The camera work along with the cinematography is absolutely amazing and I felt awed whilst watching many scenes during the film. This aspect coupled with a fantastic score from Thomas Newman (seriously one of my favourite scores of 2019) effectively created an intense and emotional experience.
George MacKay gave an incredible performance, playing a somewhat closed off soldier who quite clearly has many emotions brewing almost uncomfortably close to the surface that he'd rather…
🚨If you are a MAN, stay the FUCK away from me!🚨
i was gonna write a serious review, but i don’t know. so much of this was a solid 4.5 stars: the vibes, the performances (specifically Carey Mulligan, best part of the film for sure) the music, and then the ending just kinda......
****SPOILERS KINDA ISH IDK****
i don’t hate the ending, it just feels more of an “again? really?” moment. like..... is this the way women’s revenge tales always…
“I never had a dad, but I always had you.”
fuck you pixar. do you think it’s COOL to make me CRY in every single one of your films??
i really loved Onward. i knew i would. i felt like the only one who’s been looking forward to this film. it was so lively, colourful, bright, different, touching and heart-wrenching.
i had a very good time with this one. another hit from pixar for me.