I love many things in The Last Jedi, but I also HATE so many more things. I'm seeing again this weekend to solidify my full thoughts.
An alien learning human kindness while also killing them. Some of the best moments of the film come from the unknown/scary atmosphere of scenes. Until it reaches a ending that only begins to make you want to know what you have just witnessed.
This film at least requires 2 or 3 viewings.
I don't think I've ever seen a film that has scared, amazed, and intrigued me this much after watching, since 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Blade Runner 2049. Directed by Denis Villeneuve (Prisoners, Sicario, Enemy, Arrival), follows the story of a new blade runner, Officer K, as he unearths a secret that sends him on a journey to find Deckard, the old blade runner from the original film. I don’t want to bring up more of the plot because the plot is literally a spoiler and this film is best experienced when not knowing anything else at all.
Going in I had HUGE expectations. The…