I want to preface this by saying that I recognize that this is a masterful work of art and an obvious labour of love, and I respect this movie. So, I can’t help but feel guilty to give this as low of a rating as I am, but this movie just didn’t get to me in the way I was hoping it would. And it’s not just because it’s stop motion as I found great enjoyment in films like The…
Last week I watched my two favourite movies of the year so far. One was Everything Everywhere All at Once and the other one was this. Seeing how EEAAO is getting plenty of attention I thought I’d talk about On the Count of Three.
Firstly, after seeing the trailer for this it immediately became my most anticipated movie. I mean, a dark comedy centred around a double suicide? How intriguing! And as someone who has studied mental health, depression, and…
Here’s a shocker for all of you: Scorsese and DeNiro made a good movie together 😱 and not just a good movie but a great movie! After seeing this I definitely get where The Joker got its inspiration from.
The restaurant scene. Surprisingly relatable. I mean, who among us hasn’t fantasized about a better life from time to time?
Rupert Pupkin: Better to be king for a night than a schmuck for…
What a pleasant surprise this was! Quite possibly my favourite Disney live action remake. Probably my main critique is that it’s far too long. There’s no reason this should’ve been over two hours. Also, Mark Strong was criminally underused. Other than that, a very fun prequel!
Cruella. Emma Thompson’s Baroness is the only other character that comes close but this is completely Emma Stone’s movie.
The montage of Cruella upstaging the Baroness was great!