i'm the person that checks imdb after seeing a movie
queer film student (they/them)
may theme: films with oscar isaac
This film is better than Baby Driver simply because it does not have Kevin Spacey and it does have Oscar Isaac and Carey Mulligan uwu
Overall, I enjoyed this film. I thought it was beautifully shot, its neon themes and neo-noir aspects expertly displayed. That elevator scene was *chefs kiss.* But omg I do not like Ryan Gosling as an actor. He literally whispers every time he talks and has no inflection behind his voice. Also I was taught by…
oh my goddddd. i haven't been this stressed out over a movie in a very long time. the entire time i was watching i literally had my hand over my mouth in shock. this was equal parts shocking, disgusting, and terrifying because of its realistic messaging behind capitalistic greed and the exploitation of the working class. jake gyllenhaal was amazing but i'm pretty sure most of his acting was just his regular personality. also smol riz ahmed!! so good!!
3/26 of noirvember 2021
I WANTED A SAM RAIMI MOVIE AND I TOTALLY GOT ONE. I am so happy, this bought me so much joy and it was so good. A really different vibe for Marvel because of my boy Raimi and he really brought life to this film. He totally sneakily made Evil Dead 4 and it’s what we deserve. Thank you for feeding us, Sam Raimi.
appreciated that this was respectful to the victims, there’s a huge phenomenon of glamorizing serial killers right now and do I think john wayne gacy needed anymore publicity? no, but seeing the victims names and photos and hearing their stories was important.
wow i am actually shook by this, at first i was like "call me by your name for cowboys???" and then i was like "norman bates oedipus complex???" i really didn't know what to expect by this but i am amazed and intrigued. the commentary on fragile masculinity, the patriarchy, westerns, and sexuality was so spot on - women directors are amazing.