A solid conclusion to a solid trilogy of smart, resonant blockbusters. Andy Serkis is a treasure.
Listen you either think Sion Sono is the second coming of Christ on this earth or you fuck with your socks on.
Only Sono's brand of madness would craft such a deliciously bizarre, extremely erotic and structurally ambitious take on the porn industry, internalized sexism and incredibly self aware (to the point of being outright satirical and screaming) male objectification. This was a hoot from start to finish, and a dream come true for Sono fans.
A truly cinematic experience that totally melted my brain. Who knew we would have another spectacle film this year after Mad Max: Fury Road? Epic action with a Malick flair? Yes. Every single wound and injury was felt by the audience. The bear scene and the opening battles made my jaw drop to the floor. I feel so so so lucky to have seen this early because this is a truly special movie. The kind of movie we'll still be…
I'm a huge fan of Dolan. I strongly admire all of his films, even some of his weaker stuff (Tom at the Farm, which I think is underrated). I sincerely believe he's one of the brightest, most innovative young filmmakers working today. I went into this with extremely high expectations. EXTREMELY HIGH.
And... holy fuck...
Dolan exceeded every single expectation I had for this movie. Not just a little, but by a fucking ridiculous amount. This simply put is one…