First 5 minutes and I already got goosebumps and am almost crying. Just because you know the end of a journey doesn't mean you won't embrace it. I thought about that a lot and totally agree. This was the perfect time for me to watch this again.
A masterpiece of joy and happiness! Music so full of joy and emotions, that it goes right to your heart and you will sing it for eternity. Pictures so colorful, warm, vibrant and beautiful, that you will never forget them. Such a realistic, relatable love story, that doesn't end on a cliche Hollywood happy end, but neither on a negative not. A love letter to cinema. I could cry at how beautiful this movie is (actually I did).
"I see you in the beginning, friend".
I kinda love this movie. And I never saw a movie three times in one week in the theatre, soo.
I can't understand all the critic on Kenneth Branagh. I love how menacing he is and his madness. I also love the finale.
Christopher Nolan's most banging movie.
First off let me say, what Christopher Nolan, Hoyte van Hoytema and the stunt crew did here is absolutely outstanding. There's nothing like it. It's a tremendous achievement in cinema.
I'm just a sucker for Nolan's visuals, paired with a banging score (and this score is amazing).
The story isn't anything special, but it's a typical Spy-Thriller story and quite alright. The Inversion stuff is confusing, but I don't mind that and understood a lot more on the second watch.…