right, very good, correct opinions
JUSTICE FOR OLIVIA WILDE.
She was a good actor and a GREAT director. The film had some issues, but primarily in the script/some acting performances. Though it wasn't a groundbreaking satire, the film was entertaining and above all BEAUTIFUL to look at.
I don't need to say it, but Florence Pugh was fantastic. Harry has a strong case of no thoughts disease––to the point where it looked like he powered off when he wasn't speaking. (There's a particular scene where…
pls don’t hate me for this ~bad~ movie opinion but i simply did not feel the magic with this one.
i don’t like the idea of japanese people being used as props and background for the white protagonists.
i also had a really hard time getting into the romance when i found out scarjo was 17 during production.
i can understand why people love this movie so much, it just really didn’t do it for me.