I’m pretty open-minded, but I can say without a shadow of a doubt that if you don’t like Aliens, we cannot be friends.
In a hundred years from now Nicolas Cage will be known as the greatest artist of our time.
They will build shrines, statues and museums in his name and they will screen Vampire’s Kiss in their cinemas of the future where the audience will marvel at a performance that’s unlike anything that came before or after.
Like Van Gogh before him, Nicolas Cage will be judged wrongly by the peers of his own time, but in generations to come they will discover the true genius of his art.
My relationship with Wes Anderson is complicated. You could call it a love/hate relationship.
As with all his movies it looks great. Like a piece of fruit, you kinda wanna bite into it. Oh and the cast, oh brother that’s a cast. Every single one here is just perfect. They’re all out there doing their finest and it’s wonderful to look at.
And usually I find the acting choices in most of Wes Anderson’s movies kinda annoying, but that’s not…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Evil died tonight. Along with anything resembling a good story.
Effectively The Rise of Skywalker of the Halloween-movies as it’s a completely underwhelming end to a decades old saga.
Michael has gone from lean, mean, killing machine to old friendzoned sewer-boomer.
And why is he hanging out in that sewer? Who does he think he is? Pennywise?