although it does take some seriously unexpected turns, i enjoyed how freeform the film is. it feels kinda like an idea, like a thought. interesting and surprisingly hilarious.
hong chau is fantastic.
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lol, this film has aged so weirdly. we live in a dystopia now.
this is like "inside out" for google search, it's delightful and human and i'd much rather call katherine hepburn than have to google anything ever again.
the end is a bit of a lop-sided rushed patchy mess but there was a minute there where this was almost scarier than skynet.
i down know why i started watching this series but after a few minutes i knew i wouldn't be able to stop. i watched all 4 1/2 hours of it in a row. at the end i was sobbing.
it broke my fucking heart.
it's melodramatic as hell.
i like steven spielberg.
i found this to be one of the most powerful anti-war films i've ever seen. it is a war film completely devoid of heroism (except for one minor…