malick could film on a dang potato and it would look gorgeous
Cam continues the 2010’s Internet tech trend (Unfriended, Searching, Nerve, etc.) with a solid film that delves into an interesting contemporary topic in a detailed and tense manner. This film gives a good insight into a kind of taboo topic, and does a great job of depicting the environment that these girls exist in; mainly with their viewers and the toxic competitive nature between accounts. I thought the surreal turn that the movie took was less involving than watching these girls push their limits and battle for spots, but it still provided an interesting and mysterious narrative which kept me curious.
Peaceful, soothing, loving, and tender. Paterson creates a calming and rather hypnotic atmosphere, through a consistently smooth pace, dreamy score, and it's understated story and characters. The performances were strong, and the film consistently touched me with it's heartwarming and sensitive tone. There are many scenes in this film that are totally magical; mainly the poetry readings, which are nothing short of bliss.
Nolan’s film is very well crafted in essentially every regard. I definitely think it’s his most pleasing to watch; the use of 70mm IMAX really shows. It brings visual grandeur and captures the enormity and of the events, most notably the beach scenes and the dogfights, which feel vast. All of the set pieces are incredibly impressive and perfectly executed.
The score, although arguably overbearing, is atmospheric and adds a certain intensity and emotion to the film. For me, Hans…