22. maybe i like my own taste.
you know the greatest films of all time were never made
I just got home after seeing this insanity. I'm speechless but at the same time my thoughts are running wild. This is a cinematic experience I will cherish forever.
Denis Villeneuve is an absolute genius, I swear that man could never make a bad movie. I don't even know what stands out in this film, every single aspect/detail is perfect and mesmerising. The cinematography, score, sound design, acting, direction, the story itself... this whole thing is fucking insane. What a…
I wanted to watch part two today but all week I've been sick and I would rather kill myself than coughing/sneezing a hundred times in a room full of people, hopefully I'll be better tomorrow. I also hadn't seen this in over two years (and I hadn't seen any Villeneuve films in two years as well). So I took something good from it.
Anyway, I don't have much to add to my previous reviews. This gets better with every watch, Villeneuve is a goddamn genius and Rebecca Ferguson is the love of my life. Incredibly excited for part two.
The fact that this film is genuinely praised makes me question humanity, this isn't a matter of subjectivity, this is so bad, not so bad that it's good, it's just horrible in any way you wanna look at. This is definitely the worst film I've seen yet and it just makes me mad thinking about it.
I've enjoyed some weird and crazy movies in my life, this is weird and crazy, but in a terrible way. The only redeemable thing…
Sometimes when I watch these classic films and I don't like them, I either feel like I have no taste or that you guys are really fucking pretentious.
This is just so boring, I can appreciate some films even when they bore me to death, but this is not one of them. I guess I can see why some people would love this, but one of the highest rated films on letterboxd? Come on.