“Love is at the root of everything, all learning, all relationships. Love — or the lack of it.”
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
You know what I kinda hated the first time and still hate? That Thanos only succeeds ultimately because Quill can’t keep his emotions in check. Which I get - there’s scene after scene in this movie of people doing what their heart commands instead of their heads. But come on. He’s a lovable doofus who now has the blood of half the universe on his hands.
You know, if he still had hands.
Forget finally confronting "Upstream Color," or the eventual Sacred Cow conversation about "2001"... Having completed my "Before Sunrise/Sunset" homework, I can't imagine anything more daunting than seeing and discussing "Midnight." I find I'm utterly incapable of talking about these films in a rational, analytical way. Remember Ebert's joyous opening to his "Almost Famous" review?
Oh, what a lovely film. I was almost hugging myself while I watched it.
That's me with "Sunrise/Sunset", except instead of an impulse to hug myself,…