This film I feel has been underrated, even in the little indie scene of letterboxd. I know everyone feels that way about their favorites but this movie was magical. There was just something about it that got to me; I even cried at multiple points during this movie. The film kept asking the question, what if our sense of wonder and curiosity was larger than any other sense; if that was what drove us our lives could be magical, like…
I've been trying to figure out who is to blame and I am pretty sure it is George Clooney. A lot of the parts of this movie are technically fine. There are a lot of very pretty shots. Julianne Moore continues to be a national treasure even when she is an evil child murderer. There are some very warm scenes between the kid and the uncle (I think it says something though that five days later I can't remember their…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Ranking of Scenes in TKOASD in order of how much they psychologically scarred me:
6. The scene where the sister is like "Can I have ur ipod when ur dead lol"
5. The scene where Nicole Kidman pretends to be under anesthetic so he'll fuck her one last time while her children are literally paralyzed
4. The scene where we watch a sociopath eat spaghetti (I read a lot into this scene and I Did Not Like™ the vibe)