A glorious love letter to Tony Scott and a return to the exact action movie that Scott was putting out every couple years that due to the lack of imaginative in the stale genre of the last couple years are only now are getting the appreciation they were owed a long time ago. Loved it.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Cooper Raiff first garnered a high acclaim for his “relatable” portrayal as the lonely college freshman who’s having trouble finding friends and peers. I didn’t mind Shithouse at first when I saw it about a year ago. Although now it sort of leaves a bad taste in my mouth. I understand the hype it received and there are definitely moments in the film that hold mirrors up to a lot of peoples freshman college experiences, including mine. However with Shithouse…
Definitely not perfect, but what a beautiful experience from beginning to the very teary eyed end. Say what you want about DC and Warner Bros. For how they maybe rushed the universe, but for them to give Snyder the chance to release his 4 hour cut of the film he tragically couldn't finish due to his daughter's passing, letting him have full control, even to where it's in a 4:3 aspect ratio. Finally, with him dedicating it all to his late daughter, when you look at it like that, It's pretty extraordinary.