I like movies 123
Last film of 2021: When Harry Met Sally
First film of 2022: Licorice Pizza (rewatch)
Last film of 2022: TBA
I wonder what Shirley MacLaine thinks of it?
It was fine. Maybe my least favorite PTA film..? Just a slow burn that felt like hours and hours. It didn't progress too much to me. A little confusing and the weirdness level just wasn't enough for me to ignore it. I gotta read up on it.
It just wasn't clear enough for me. I think Roger Ebert sums it up for me. "'The Master' is fabulously well-acted and crafted, but when…
dude. WHAT THE FUCK???
WHAT A RIDE. They really don't make them the way they used to... I hate being that guy, but man is it true.
"Mendacity is the system we live in." But how useful is that if "Truth is as dirty as lies"?
An absolutely stupendous, thrilling, and thought-provoking drama. Truth and lies.
The disgust of "lies and liars" is a common theme and works better in the Southern-beauty setting with proper manners and lies that cover up…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I gotta rewatch this. So much analysis.
So, Peter kills Phil. Phil dies from poisoning from an animal. When the hides are sold, Peter says he has a rabbit hide from one of his own rabbits. He's disected it, he knows it's poisonous. Phil uses his bloody hands to clean the hide, thus getting poisoned.
Peter has obviously been abused by his dead alchoholic father, leading to his interest in death and dissection. In the same scene Peter is told…
Even better the second time.
It went 10x faster than my first watch. I relaxed way more.
I wonder if there is an extended edition because so many clips in the trailers aren't in the film.
Just so great. Like in When Harry Met Sally, they are meant for each other because they know each other and are honest with each other. It works. They are MEANT for each other.