As Pee-Wee’s big adventure being one of my favorite films I was cautiously optimistic about this new installment to the Pee-Wee legacy. Overall it’s ok and just fine. I didn’t love and I didn’t hate it. Honestly it is kind of strange seeing Paul reubens come back as his famous character this late into his career, and naturally being older he doesn’t quite sound the same. The production value is pretty off putting and feels cheap with its flat cinematography.…
A wonderful Coming-of-Age film that makes simple scenes and situations very engaging. Who knew that a scene of an eighth grade girl scrolling on her phone could be executed into a poignant scene?
Elsie Fisher delivers a very natural performance with lots of subtle charm, she feels like a real teenager because well she is one. I think the best aspect of the film is that it's very innocent but also has an edge, which plays well to teens who…
it's such a long way down. i was glued to my TV while watching Good Time. very well paced film about a criminal who keeps digging himself into a deeper hole while trying to get his brother out of an infamous New York jail. i loved watching Connie utilize the city around him to get what he needs with no remorse. a colorful yet grimey crime thriller directed with energy and anxiety by the safdie brothers. robert pattison was amazing in this!