More emotionally effective than anything else released last year, Adam Sandler is truly truly special.
1000th film on letterboxd.
Alienation, societal/technological advances, finding peace in death. An early high genre film that explores its subject matter tastefully and honestly, not in a way that seems like that Simpsons “ old man yells at cloud” meme. The worries of the world of pulse are true and still find themselves relevant today.
Have some gripes about the way the film narratively ended up and some issues with how he manages tone and trauma, but suffice it to…