I always feel like I’ve ‘seen it all’ when it comes to war films. But 1917 changes that in a way where is doesn’t try to focus on an incredible in depth story but just it’s journey with 2 characters with some incredible cinematography and tense moments along the way. Very surprised by how much I ended up enjoying this one.
A really fun film but definitely the most technically flawed, it doesn’t flow as smoothly as the other films do as the director clearly didn’t know the ‘vibe’ that the series had had up to this point. But it’s still Harry Potter and makes for a lot of fun sequences (that could’ve just been don a bit better is all)
Bursting with life and colour, Greta Gerwig has done it again. I really enjoyed Ladybird but didn’t adore like I think a lot of people did, it’s one of those films where I can understand why but Little Women was far better. The characters were incredible, Florence mutha fuckin Pugh everybody completely stole the film for me, but everyone truly shined here. I was very satisfied with the story, how everything played out and especially the ending. Only flaws would…
So straight up, two things about the film 'Bronson' stood out to me, yes, they're both fairly obvious. But nonetheless these two things are what made the film a piece of 'fucking' art and an instant favourite of mine.
And for the record yes, I know, I'm late to the film Bronson, almost 10 years late. But back to those two points.
'Nicolas Winding Refn'
Love or hate Nicolas Winding Refn films there is no denying that everything he creates…