Featuring a mix of serene live action sequences interspersed with sublimely animated ballets, Inspiration will have you transfixed by it's otherworldy - yet familiar - beauty. Give it a whirl if you're feeling wound up, it's like meditating with your eyes open.
Total flip of my opinion on this. The difference a crowd can make, huh? My previous viewing, I shared a room with a not-so-eager audience, pretty much setting my experience up for frustration.
So yeah, without the groans and jeers, I was able to really appreciate what Yorgos had going on here. The Killing of a Sacred Deer is a fantastic exercise in uncomfortably awkward humor. It's script is wooden, the delivery stilted, so when lines like, "Open this door…
I can't stop thinking about it. Even asleep, my thoughts ran wild with moments from the film. Given I already pegged Annihilation as a waking nightmare, it's only appropriate then that the bloody thing continued to haunt me in my dreams. And that bear. God almighty; I really just can't with this movie. No lies when I tell you that I haven't been this unsettled by atmosphere since The Shining, another film that made me want nothing more than to go home, as I watched it from the comfort of my home.
120 minutes of pink elephants...
"Eveybody gets mad because, I say these jokes. What you gotta understand is this is the best time to say 'em. More now than ever. And I know there's some comedians in the back, motherfuckers you have a resonsibility to speak recklessly...otherwise, my kids may never know what reckless talk sounds like"
Don't let the intimate setup and smaller venue fool you into thinking this is the cool down; uh-uh. This is Dave heating up to some of the realist…