Up until Uncut Gems, this was Adam Sandler's best performance. I wonder why he didn't do more indie movies because I think this is his thing and definitely where he thrives the most, but money talks!
Cinematography, first of all, was just amazing. Absolutely stunning and great job by Hoyte Van Hoytema who also does most of the cinematography work for Christopher Nolan's movies.
Another Pitt hit. This movie follows Brad Pitt into the pits of space trying to find his father who is being tied to electrical shockwaves that are devastating the Earth. I took a star off because I wondered the point of everything was. How could they possibly know that this is Roy's…
Yo what the fuck.
David Lynch really just blueballed anyone watches this movie. I think Mulholland Drive does the best job at subverting our expectations without a doubt. This movie made me so emotional and confused but then relieved at the very end. I truly felt sorry for our main character at the end of the movie. It’s been too long since I’ve had a tremendous movie-watching experience.
If someone asked me, “If you could watch one movie for the first time again, what would it be?”, this movie would be one of the few movies I’d pick.
Every frame of Robert Eggers’ psychologically thrilling masterpiece is perfect. Acting is perfect. This was just a bundle of chaos in one of the most unique films of the past couple decades. I’ll be sure to have subtitles on the next time I watch but I just loved everything about this movie. A24 is just a ray of sunshine for Hollywood right now.