The wicker man is an excellent example of how you build up a terrifying and hopeless atmosphere in such a bizarre but effective way. I was amazed by how unsettling every scene was and how everyone on this island was shown to be quite insane. The brilliant thing is that even though I knew that something bad would happen on this island, the people who inhabit it are never aggressive towards the policeman and are instead calm. It's in the…
I was bored out of my mind whilst watching this. I guess the story could have worked but the awful acting, strange sound design and boring dialogue made this unbearable to watch. It really didn't want to end either, it must've faded to black about 5 times. The story structure made no sense to me either and there was never really anything pushing the story forward or anything to develop the characters.
A truly unique experience. I knew nothing about this film before watching it and this was great. Paris, Texas is a heartfelt and well told story. The film is over two hours but went by so quickly because of how invested I was in the story and characters. The ending was done so well and in general was a really clever way to end it. It also made it feel even more emotional.
I will never forget Paris, Texas.
Adaptation is truly unique because it shows us not only how Charlie Kaufman feels when writing a new screenplay but what he felt like when he wrote the screenplay for this film! So amazing and a joy to watch.
It was a bizarre experience but one that was full of creativity and some genuinely impactful dialogue. Nicolas Cage was excellent in this too.