Marshall Kistner’s review published on Letterboxd:
Had to go back and see it again. Somehow, impossibly, it’s even better on a rewatch. So many of the fun details and Easter eggs are sitting right out in the open and I had an absurd amount of “aha” moments. This thing just begs for my to lie viewings. Also, somehow I was even more moved and emotionally fulfilled this time? I think with the sheer brilliant spectacle and shock of a first viewing out of the way, Daniels’ next level script really shines through on multiple viewings.
Without a doubt this is in my Top 10 all time at this point. It’s one of those movies that makes you want to go drive to your friends’ homes and knock on their doors and demand they drop everything they are doing to go watch this.
I’ve loved a lot of movies the past decade, but I can’t remember the last time I was rooting for a movie to do as well as this. I hope I become nauseated hearing people say this is one of their favorite movies in everyday conversation. It’s really worthy of reaching atmospheric heights in terms of popularity (I pray this doesn’t just become a cult classic) and I stand by my first review that this is a legitimate, bonafide game changer for contemporary film.
Yeah verse jumping imagery is instantly GOATed and should be shown in future award show packages for famous moments in cinema history. It’s that special.
This movie just fucking rocks!