Lover of cinema. The old and the new.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
If you're into film, odds are you've heard of Ennio Morricone. One of the most famous film composers of all time. His work includes such films as Salo, The Hateful Eight, The Thing, Once Upon a Time in the West, and so many more. If you're familiar with Morricone's music you probably know his most arguably famous work "Gabriel's Oboe".
Back in 1986 The Mission received the Palme D'or at the Cannes Film Festival, the most prestigious and highest honor…
A 10 minute film that made me sob throughout and somehow wasn't political, when almost everyone in the US would've made the subject it discusses political from day one.
Sure this doesn't have the multi-million dollar 4K animation Pixar does, but it tells a better and more heartbreaking story in 10 minutes then anything Pixar has produced. Not to mention this entire film is dialgoue free and yet says so much. It isn't a political film talking about gun rights…
Some of the dialogue reminded me of Rise of Skywalker. We’ve seen this story 1000 times over, it’s beyond predictable, the action is subpar at best, acting is good though, for the most part.
Soundtrack was worse than suicide squad. Because at least suicide squad had some good hits in the mix. The scenes they chose to put them in destroyed what little tension this movie had left.
None of the characters are developed past the first or second dimension.…