This movie was alright, I suppose. Even though there were some relatable scenarios, the movie failed to make me connect to them or be particularly interested in the lives of any of the characters. Usually, time isn't a construct with good or enjoyable movies, but I felt every single minute with this one. It felt like a 3-hour movie. There was the rare funny moment, but I can't tell how much of my response is overinflated due to just wanting the movie to make me feel something other than the slow ticking of time.
So... I had a feeling I had seen something that involved some maze thing, but I didn't think it was this film. Turns out, this movie is so forgettable that I didn't remember watching it in school!
Anyway, memorability aside, this film was somewhat entertaining in parts, and worth watching for its "Don't fuck with me." I have a feeling that I'll soon forget this movie again, just as I've forgotten to review this movie for the past 2 days.…
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I thought it was a decent movie after watching it, and didn't understand why a lot of people said that this movie was depressing. Then this movie made me wake up crying in one of the best ways possible.
Happy Together felt more like a relationship study than anything else. This was definitely an aptly watch, which made me think a lot about the elements of their relationship. It ended up serving as a warning to avoid relationships in which…
I didn't think I was going to enjoy this movie, based on seeing Ryan Gosling in Blue Valentine. I thought this'd largely be hype.
The movie ended up breaking me and putting me back together in one of the best ways. I love what this movie did to my state of mind. The visuals were magnificent throughout; the attention to detail and the way the colors flew throughout the movie, and how the actors clothes contrasted and complimented their backgrounds…