I surprisingly enjoyed The Irishman a lot more the second time round. The first time I watched it I struggled a bit because of its runtime, but knowing how it all played out really helped upon rewatch and it just flowed so nicely.
Also this time it made me really appreciate the smaller things like the music, the cinematography and the performances.
I definitely loved Joe Pesci's performance a lot more this time and Al Pacino and Robert De…
What an utterly ridiculous, diabolical and unoriginal piece of shit. There was no need for this to be made at all.
There is not a single redeeming aspect about this. It's about an hour and a half too long, and it has potentially the most unlikeable protagonist in a film ever. Definitely would not recommend this to anyone.
I'm Thinking of Ending Things is a very interesting movie. I knew the minute I heard of it that it would be right up my alley, but I can see so many people hating this. I dont think Charlie Kaufman actually cares about that though. He made what he wanted to make and it was phenomenal. I owe it multiple rewatches because its Impossible to fully digest this film in just one viewing. This is probably Kaufman's most inaccessible…
It's very rare you find the perfect film. A movie with not a single flaw or questionable moment. There Will Be Blood is one of those.
When this finished I just sat there for five minutes with my jaw dropped.
This might be the best use of pacing I've ever seen in a movie. Everything just flows so nicely and theres never a moment too slow or a moment too fast.
Two of my favourite aspects of the film…