1 + 2-enduring favs 3+4- current <3s
Baby, let’s play house.
In Elvis, Southerners are introduced to a fresh world of rhythm and blues and sex appeal. While the nation’s purist forces riot and shrivel up, the crowd, as always, goes crazy :) I’m an occasional maximalist and my weakness is that staple Baz Luhrmann treatment, so I was thrilled to see this blank page of a biopic get filled to the brim with “flashy doodles”. It is superbly edited and SO satisfying to the eye. Given…
“If I’m with you, then I’m with you, and I don’t want anybody else.”
Watched this with my bf properly for the first time at a rooftop cinema and yes life is good, I love life AND this exquisite QT script (with the exception of the lines that didn’t age well at all, of course) <3<3<3
At 13, this film and Tom Robbin’s “Still Life with Woodpecker” had this incredible impact on me that I find funny now after noticing…
First and foremost, everyone that sat through four hours of this film without taking a single break deserves a round of applause.
At last, the exaltation of writing has finally triumphed over showy graphics. After sitting through the utterly boring Justice League, my expectations for this film were dismally low. The main point of contention for me was how hastily the audience was catapulted into a cat-and-mouse dynamic between good and evil without an ounce of exposition. With every formulaic showdown,…
A love letter to suburban dads and assassins everywhere.
I am giving this five stars purely because of the stimulation it very generously gave me after a year of slow-paced movies. I don’t want as many Nobody sequels as there are Fast & Furious installments, I need them.
After this absolute gift, the answer is yes, I will be calling Saul.