Not bad for an Australian film.
Certainly a movie with a lot of merits, it was definitely a lot better than A New Hope. For the most part it was very enjoyable, and technically impressive, though I didn't really quite enjoy the end but that may have been because I was in a bad mood. Need to watch again in its entirety at some point.
Spike Lee's latest venture into the world of racial tension and analysis of modern America feels incredibly ham-fisted and lacks nuance. I completely understand Lee's attempt to highlight the racial issues within America but as an Australian, the far-left agenda the film pushes really left a bad after-taste when the film ended. Advocating for an uprising against the police and violence against white people is just as bad as what the Klan does and I feel as though the film…
Was incredibly lucky to be able to see this in a movie theatre, Mike Mills once again is able to encapsulate what it is to be human in brief snippets of life, love and death, all scored by the engaging and awe-inspiring music by The National.
Vikander acts as the conduit of every person whereby we feel the same inside regardless of what age we are, whilst the people around us seem as though they grow and change. That of…