Watched it in an AMC theater to get the back-to-back Kidman/Cruise double billing "thank you for watching this in the theater" announcement experience. Found myself crying for like the entire last hour of the film, not sure why. I heard a woman sitting behind me say the same thing to her date, that she cried for an hour and wasn't sure why. I think, at least for me, it's the weirdly emotional acknowledgement that the biggest movie star on the…
Probably the most relevant film of the 2010s and early '20s. How does one go on living a normal life with existential catastrophe looming closer and closer on the horizon? How does one not only survive but maintain a faith? How is it possible to wake up each day and not have a complete moral and spiritual breakdown? It isn't -- not if you're really paying attention.