i have too many favorites. or maybe a "favorite" film simply doesn't exist.
“When things are hard, remember the scent of the land, the wind and sun here, then I know you can dust yourself off and get up again. Let's think of it as a start of a long trip to return home well.”
I love this for many reasons.
It makes me feel like I'm downing a hot bowl of my favorite soup.
Firstly...I love how the city was portrayed as an unforgiving, soul-sucking, and fast-paced place. With no time to…
“Cant crush a soul here. That’s what life on Earth is for.”
It's been a while since a recently-released animated film has given me this much to think about. Soul (2020) makes me rethink what being "in the zone" means. Becoming so passionate and immersed in what you're doing versus pushing yourself to do something, doing it obsessively, but at the same time, feeling empty.
I am tired of hearing myself and other people that there has something to be…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
"There is no point. That's the point."
big ramble. incoherent. and honestly, I have no intention of editing LOL.
My god. Great opening scene, amazing use of colour. Dark, brutal, fueled with guilt. The jump into different timelines is haunting, much like Eva's (Swinton) past gliding in front of her to torment her again and again. Eva's free spirit is chained to her new life in the suburbs with her husband Franklin (Reilly). She gives birth to Kevin, a child…