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On a technical aspect, one of the greatest movies I’ve ever seen. The film has some of the most amazing cinematic shots I think I’ve ever seen, with the shots looking like something straight out of a painting. Additionally, the acting is fantastic, and the music is done so expertly that it transcends the movie in numerous ways. I honestly would love this soundtrack on vinyl or something. Finally, the presence of the sand as its own character, and the…
I finally got around to this, and wow is it great! A lot of people seemed to be pushed back from this because of its nature of mostly taking place in one room, but it still maintains the visual flare of the show while also showing off I think Zendaya’s best performance? There’s a moment here where she genuinely feels like a child her age, someone with that spark hidden behind all the substance abuse. I really think overall this was a message that was executed in the best possible way, and I can’t wait for the next episode.
Okay but we have Sam Raimi producing, Takashi Shimizu writing (the writer/director of the original Japanese film as well as the American remake), and the guy who directed The Eyes of my Mother and Piercing at the helm. So let's try to be at least a little excited.
EDIT: people please stop liking this review I wrote this before the shitfest actually came out :/