Fantastic but definitely hard to watch. all the actors smashed this, and ridley scott’s somehow still at the top of his game at the ripe old age of 85. battle scenes were killer, literally. really appreciated the non-linear, rashomon-y narrative but didn’t think we needed to see the sexual assault scene twice tbh.
for sure a must see, mad i missed this one in theaters
Yes!!! Yes!!!!! YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Possibly the second best Scream movie. At least better than 3 and 4. I actually can’t believe I’m typing this. With all the cash-ins lately on “meta” shit and horror nostalgia (Halloween, etc) this one proves why Scream has always been a cut above the rest.
Clearly done with a lot of care and reverence for the series. Brings back the genre-criticism element that’s been missing from the series since 2—this time, the targets are people who…
absolutely fucking not!!!!! what a truly vile experience this was. i’ve seen republicans with more respect for the poor. feels like a fucking super bowl ad. Those celebrities singing “Imagine” at the beginning of the pandemic? This is that in movie form.
i was already suspicious of this movie when in the first few minutes, the main character Fern—a recent widow, gig economy worker and a nomad living out of a van—claims she loves her amazon job because it pays…
holy fucking shit. this queer ass movie. im gonna fucking cry
incredibly interesting and esoteric and messy and stupid and REALLY FUCKING COOL in a way that doesn’t really exist in movies anymore!!!! clearly just wb letting lana have her way and do whatever the fuck she wanted and for that i am so grateful. im absolutely sure this will be very divisive and most of the mainstream audiences will hate it but honestly? who gives a shit. can’t wait to watch this again.
(also: yahya was getting FITS off!!!!!!!!)