brain: maybe you should NOT watch any gay media set at the end of 70s/early 80s
heart: how bout i do it anyway
at the end of this show, whizzer is so universally loved by everyone and he knows that and it breaks me.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Disclaimer: after the last two years, where I started reviewing/analyzing film in a more serious way, I find myself sometimes ending of the opposite of spectrum with the critics. I hated The Big Short to the point that I can't finish it. I hated Boyhood. I liked Man of Steel.
And I loved this film. And maybe you can put to perspective of how much I was excited for this film, how much biased I am for DCEU, how much…
While so many might dislike the sentimental Korean brand melodrama that infuse this film, I think I very much prefer the bond the characters have with each other and the way this film focuses on helping other people instead of the usual skeptic Western-brand of 'every man for himself' trope. Also: in less than two hours it succeeded on being one of the best in the zombie genre, and had done more creatively (and emotionally) than a certain series have done in their multiple seasons.
Also: jancuk bapak-bapak yang itu pengen gue injek-injek tai.