Milla Jovovich and Alita stan.
Sam Levinson you fucking hack fraud. LEGO is a brand. They make bricks, sets, and minifigs (that’s lingo for minifigures). When describing them as a collective noun, the plural is simply LEGO.
“That’s a cool LEGO collection”.
“I love building LEGO sets”.
“Sorry, Lord. LEGO is too expensive to buy regularly. You can only get your favorite toy ever once a year on fucking Christmas”.
I understand the overwhelming urge to say “legos”. I used to be in that position…
In elementary school, we celebrated Veteran’s Day. A bunch of 9-year-olds writing letters to the troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. Wishing for their safe return and thanking them for their service.
In the United States, we tend to heroize war and those who fight it. We worship those who commit terrorism under the guise of “protecting our freedoms”. We can’t get enough of it. Several years after the trend, I feel like I still see commercials with videos of people…
I see people loving this film because it made them feel miserable and people hating this film because it made them feel miserable. I thought I’d be in the latter camp, but the movie just ended up coming off as ineffectual.
The movie never put me on a level playing field. It sorta feels like it wasn’t made for an audience to see. Like it exists just to exist. The film doesn’t need to justify its existence to me or…
Sofia Coppola you fucking weirdo.
I was really looking forward to this.
Lost In Translation takes a look at a blossoming love affair between 2 Americans isolated in Japan. My problem with this is that I found the depiction of Japan and of Japanese people by the film to be, how do I say, dogshit. Like half of the film's runtime is Bill Murray making fun of the fact that the Japanese people don't have perfect English…