Great party, isn’t it?
After the success of Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocketman, the king of rock n’ roll finally gets his much needed biopic. With Baz Luhrmann behind the camera and Austin Butler behind the 4 spray tan cans used playing Elvis himself, we are all set for this near 3 hour epic.
As a side note I was really skeptical before the film. I actively despise modern music and when I learnt that artists who I either don’t care for or hate were…
I payed for me and my dad to go and see this as a Father’s Day treat and while he enjoyed it quite a bit I found it to be frustrating but competent enough for it to earn a decent score.
I had seen the trailers a couple of times and I thought the film looked compelling but very derivative of other films like IT and Split. I assumed the film would do something that separated itself from the two…
I generally thought this was going to be one of those horrors that has a great start and intriguing plot but then can’t come to a satisfying conclusion. Story wise , no, it’s probably an underwhelming ending. But if you look deeply into the clear message vivarium gives you’d realise that Yonder is a water downed version of the real world. We live. We raise. We die. The same cycle over and over again.
Imogen Poots and Jessie Eisenberg put…