The Matrix Has You....
"Can you spy him deep within? Little Possum, black as sin."
After a second re watch on a nice big 4K tv (Thanks Creasy007) I applaud this much more the second time around. There is alot to unpack here, and if you aren't good at piecing things together, this may be a difficult one to get a grasp on during the first viewing of "Possum". Deeply foreboding and metaphorical, I can absolutely say it is one of the strangest, most…
Honestly, this was so underwhelming to me that I completely forgot to write a review about it. I had higher expectations for it considering all the great reviews I've seen ranting and raving about the performances and don't get me wrong.. the performances are definitely what makes the film but I just felt unimpressed and mostly bored. I surprisingly liked Tom Hollands performance most even though I am not even a Tom Holland fan. I thought it was too lengthy…
Bong Joon-Ho is a fucking mastermind. So far he never fails to dazzle me with his tremendous cinematography.
This was extremely engaging and tantalizing. The pacing of the movie was perfect, keeping me interested the entire run time. I definitely see why this is so praised. I look forward to experiencing more of Bong Joon-Hos`s incredible work and ability to tell a story.
I think i enjoyed "Good Time" a little more however i think this was Adam Sandler's best performance of his career and although lengthy, it kept my attention. Was a good film to start off the new decade with. Im curious to see what the Safdi brothers have in store for the future.
After thinking about this for a bit..i really am able to appreciate this film. From watching Adam Sandler in movies since i was a kid and seeing this now in 2020..just wow.