Movies are cool, so I watch them.
So in my last review, I said that this was my favourite Fincher film. But then I watched The Social Network and I kinda regret saying that.
With that being said, Fight Club is a fucking excellent film. I love it, it's definitely one of those films that I'll understand more and more of after every rewatch. One of the best twists in cinema history and I just love the underworld fighting aspect of the film.
This was really resonant of This is England by Shane Meadows. A boy bullied finds comfort when he befriends a group of skaters.
I thought Jonah Hill made a strong directorial debut, can't wait to see what other stuff he makes and is a part of. One minor flaw for me would be the ending, it felt like it had a bit more going for it, and it would've been a little bit better if more time was spent crafting it. But overall, a good film, great performances, good script and a good watch.
Yeah I’m not too sure how I feel about this film.
The best way I can describe it is, you’re riding a car on a straight with the windows down, you can feel the air and it’s smooth, you’re just cruising through the road, in this case, you’re cruising through the story. It has a nice feel to it, but it’s also just a straight road, there isn’t any twists and turns.
I understand if people say they like this…
One of my favourite movies of all time. Not too sure why people here on Letterboxd pass it off as mediocre. It emphasises history, and Sorkin does a brilliant job of establishing this moment in history and excels in informing us on what happened and what we should take away from this moment in history.
The script and writing is beyond amazing. All the characters were really invested in their characters and I could tell they had a great time…