I watch movies sometimes.
“I need you to see me on the pool, it’s important for later.”
By the start of Watchmen, I found myself really enjoying the show but I was definitely questioning whether or not it actually lives up to the expectations set by the graphic novel. By the end of it, this series had become one of the most thematically rich pieces of media I think I’ve ever seen. Damon Lindelof’s writers' room has created something so fucking dense that it…
I’ve credited films in the past (mostly by Edgar Wright) of being very detailed and incredibly rewatchable because of how dense their screenplays are. You always hear the saying, “I notice something new about it every time.” And while I still stand by those praises, I don’t think me two years ago noticing little set-ups in the first act of Shaun of the Dead could even comprehend the kind of mastery in Greta Gerwig’s Little Women script. Like, I loved…