Math teacher, runner, writer
Devoting each month of 2021 to a different decade of film (1920s in January, 30s in Feb and so on)
The Coens came out of the gate so hot. This, Raising Arizona, and Blood Simple could be a director's three BEST movies, for the Coens it was simply the first three they made. Wow.
Everybody is doing some phenomenal work in it, might be my favorite Gabe Byrne performance (though he's a super underrated actor isn't he) might also be my favorite Albert Finney performance, though I still love Big Fish with all my heart. Turturro is a great scumbag…
Solid 3. A fun, gory, competently told story that doesn't involve 20 other movies tie-ins, and it's got Gunn's style all over it. I like Gunn for the most part, and his movies usually are good enough to skim past some real eye-roll-inducing lines. This movie is no different. TSS doesn't try to do too much and it's much better for it. No convoluted plots, and more anti-US-imperialism than I was expecting. All plusses
Sat in the front row and…