I would have banged an astronaut a few hours before launch. See if the thing can follow him there lmao
When I first watched this film I loved it, but it wasn't until after my grandad passed away and I watched it with my grandma (we both cried together) - how much this movie really hit home.
As we watched it, my grandma recalled so many things about her life with my pop based on the montage and the photo album bought up throughout this films duration. She and I both miss him so much, but the thing I really…
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The general consensus and hype for this film astound me to no end in all honesty. At the time of this review, it currently boasts a Rotten Tomatoes rating of a heavy 92% approval.
To no fault of the cast (who for the most part I think are well done choices, especially Michael Keaton) the film is like every other Marvel film. It goes a little something like this:
Our outcast and whacky I-Don't-Fit-In-Hero montage!
Like most of Aronofsky's films, I'll never need to watch this more than once in my lifetime. Uncomfortable, confronting; full of good performances. Not entirely sure how I feel about this one yet.
Honestly though, my nightmare is having a huge group of people show up uninvited to my place and not leaving. Makes my eye twitch just considering it tbh