This was an actual blast to watch. Genuinely one of the funniest movies of the year, and Matt Dillon gave a fantastic performance that had me lost in his role for 90% of it.
Mr.Grumpy will be ingrained in my mind forever.
Maybe one day i'll be able to adequately articulate why this is one of the greatest movies ever made, But the fact of the matter is that this is a once in a lifetime experience. There were numerous times I found myself almost distracted by how much of a technical marvel a majority of the shots were in such an intimate and personal story, yet I fully felt that I was a part of Cuarón's world (and could have easily been for many hours more).
My lifespan has been reduced by 10 years due to the emotional exhaustion i'm feeling after that. You are not prepared.
If Netflix can keep getting the rights to original movies at the same high quality as this, I'm going to be a very happy subscriber.
A fantastic comedy thriller that was as unpredictable as it was witty. It felt a little Blue Ruin and a little Green Room sprinkled with a touch of genuine laugh out loud moments. The Tarantino-esque mansion scene is one of the best scenes I have seen in years, it would slot right into any of…
I feel like this is going to slip under a lot of radars this year which is a shame because it was incredible. Every song was actually really good and catchy, and I immediately wanted to download the soundtrack once the credits rolled (which is literally a first). That school dance sequence has got to be one of my favourite scenes in a film in forever.
I've always had a big soft spot for coming of age films and this is going to be one I rewatch again and again