my reviews are probably shit
This is coming from a huge Travis Scott fan, this is not a super well made documentary. Aside from it being slightly entertaining watching Travis perform and him getting hype while making NO BYSTANDERS, there was not that much being offered from this doc. It's more of a behind the scenes of the ASTROWORLD tour, rather than the story of Travis Scott. I hope in the future someone can make a truly great documentary on one of the most important artists of the last five years.
EDIT: Also the mixing is ridiculously bad, constant volume adjustments were needed.
Finally getting around to watching this and holy mind-fuck.
At its core this film is an exploration of the human mind, it's limits, and it's capabilities. Nolan explores this in such an intricate way you start to think it is not fiction, and Nolan is an actual dream hopper.
If you follow my reviews on here I have only seen one Nolan film, Dunkirk (I have seen The Dark Knight but it has been so long I do not like…
"He's not a hero, he's a Dark Knight"
The Dark Knight is a great film. It showed that superheroes do not have to be confined to a PG-13 setting. Nolan's film spawned many other gritty superhero shows and films. Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Legion and Logan. For this I applaud it.
This is not a superhero movie. This is a crime drama. A crime drama that revolves around an, in my opinion, convoluted plot that is slightly…