Top Hugh Grant F-Bombs, ranked:
#2: "Fuck. Fuck. Fuck. Fuckity fuck!"
#3: "That better not be the B359." "It's the B359." "Fuuuuckkk it!"
One thing I didn’t pay much attention to through all my rewatches in the past 4 years is how this film opens and closes with Theodore’s letters. The first one being an impersonal, distant version of him, a letter disguised as a form of intimacy and connection— but it’s all fake. We grow even more apart in this world despite its crowds of people and vast cityscapes, and the longing for something real is so overwhelming. Theodore embodies this longing so deeply, but, by his last letter, the beautiful words he writes ring true because he’s lived them.
Spike Jonze, please pay for my therapy bills.
Marvel movies always present me with a dilemma. For one, I never know how to rate these movies. To be honest, I don't even think most of these films are all that great, Infinity War included. However, one thing that keeps me watching them year after year is the special theater experience. Feeling a communal energy, laughing together at the jokes, experiencing a film with a hundred people— I love it.
I don't think Infinity War is a great film,…