i like when movies are just about feelings and caring about people.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
This is a movie that hates tourists and cops with a white hot rage. It dedicates rooms outside of the narrative, to let the family scream and direct their anger at the world that mocks them, flashing between their private monologues and the harrowed, shitty tourists and cops that disrespect and try to ruin their lives without any reason. It takes one mocking question to anger an exhausted clown. It takes one knock for the cop to enter the house.…
The lack of Haruhi Suzumiya's presence, on its own, is enough to send a sickness through North High. The school itself is duller, less sharp than in the reality that had the SOS Brigade dashing through its halls. Reality itself bends around Haruhi, but the film and series are seen through Kyon's eyes: a life without Haruhi is sick, its boring, its colorless. Kyon wears his heart on his sleeve through the movie: he'll do anything it takes just for…
its a heartfelt cry to protect the future while condemning the present. relationships and communities, warped and turned against each other by the binding of capitalism and the state surrounding us, all the while exposing how that fabric of mutual aid is still there; beggars and thieves working together to stop someone from hurting their communities, even for selfish reasons, while police do nothing but get in the way and hurt those who are already hurting. someone needs to care about the children.