Perhaps the real Good Time™️ was the friends he made along the way 😌🌸💫💞
Nothing gets my heart racing like a Safdie film. High anxiety cinema is one of my favorite genres.
Columbus is the perfect visual representation of what it feels like to receive a slow, warm embrace from someone you love.
There is so much care placed in each shot. This is so clearly made out of a deep, passionate love of film.
I used to watch and study Kogonada’s video essays when I was a senior in high school. His work is what really inspired me to dive deeper into my love of film. I owe a lot of…
I love the way this made me feel. I felt happy and hopeful as the credits rolled.
There’s so much to praise within The Half of It. For starters, the opening sequence has some of the best animation I’ve seen so far into 2020. The story is genuine and funny and endearing. There’s a point about half way through where things do sputter a bit but it doesn’t even matter. The characters are so likable that by that point, you’re too busy rooting for them to care. A definite favorite of the 2020 releases I’ve seen thus far.
Throughout the entire runtime and now after watching, I just feel so terribly sad for Norma. I feel sad that she was a woman who struggled with so much, I feel sad that people saw that and instead of genuinely helping her, a majority took advantage of her, and I feel sad that all she wanted was to be truly seen and heard by others and that didn’t really happen until now, after her death.
I enjoyed this documentary! I…
There are few things more satisfying than a well made horror movie. Especially when it’s so easy to watch one that is predictable, corny, or poorly written - or worst of all, all three of those things. The Exorcist is by far one of the greatest horror films of all time.
Just about everything here holds up, even almost 50 years since its release. That alone is a huge accomplishment. Each element layered together shows a 122min runtime of truly…