I’ve been meaning to see this for so long because it’s the only Wes Anderson film I hadn’t seen, and with the French Dispatch coming out relatively soon, and with the mood I was in, I was feeling like a Wes Anderson film would be perfect… and it was, of course it was. I’m so glad I finished his films, he’s made such a variety of films but they all feel very similar as well, they all feel very personal. Trying to finish Kubrick’s films next which means I’ll be watching Barry Lyndon soon which I’m very excited for!
With these really epic movies I’ve been watching recently like Once upon a time in America, Malcolm X and Schindler’s List, I find it quite hard to follow the story for the entirety of the runtime so I’m constantly trying to work out what is going on so I think rewatching movies that have a long runtime and a complex story will hugely increase my enjoyment because I don’t have to focus on understanding the story I can just enjoy…
“It’s too bad she won’t live. But then again, who does?”
I bought the dvd for Blade Runner: The Final Cut a few weeks ago, I have no idea what cut I’d seen before but I know that The Final Cut is the one Ridley Scott had total creative control over so I’m glad it’s the one I own. I also heard today that Blade Runner 3 might be happening, so it I’m excited for that, not getting my hopes…
My 1,000th film!!!! I’m so glad I picked such a good one, and I’m so glad I finally got around to seeing this!
After seeing Schindler’s List I felt almost overwhelmed with emotion, it feels more like a documentary than a film, every performance is so convincing and powerful, there are so many moments of just pure dread, like the shower room scene or the boy who was “pardoned”. I mean Ralph Fiennes, what a bad guy, one of the…