mysterious vibes throughout, really from its start, and strongly aided by incredible sound design that knows when to be both an assist in rising tension and the climactic “shout” itself. just didn’t do much really other than an ominous atmosphere being VERY present. cool performances though and a interesting work in Skolimowski’s filmography. and kind of the traditional start of Spooktober (Little Shop of Horrors was first but it’s part of ediblebrownies watching).
a very playful version of the indie anthology craze that American filmmakers loved doing in the 90s, with the connection here being the technical aspect rather than story or character. using the same dialogue and situations for a whole 80 minutes does seem repetitive and that it would get old by the second story but, while it’s not the most engaging thing, I wouldn’t say it’s boring. I don’t really have a preference to whichever section was the better but…
Pretty amazing filmmaking going on here. At this point, you can use any Scorsese film as a display of how to make a movie, even my less favorite of his are somewhat good because of him (AHEM, Gangs of New York) and this is a prime example, up there with Taxi Driver and Goodfellas.
The editing is pretty stellar and this is probably one of the best edited films I’ve ever watched, the impact that they made while I was…
an absolute must watch in a theater setting holyyyyyyyyyyyy, I can’t imagine seeing the wonderful editing and just absolute craziness going on in any other place, every second of changing color light or rapid shot of Michelle Yeoh in a different multiverse that you can’t even register, the ASPECT RATIO CHANGES during the action scenes (especially these) needs to be witnessed in the biggest screen possible.
I think what’s somehow more impressive is how this film pulls off having its…