One of the most romantic concepts I've ever seen. Shows that true love is not superficial; it runs deeper than just the senses.
"What're ya doin'?"
"Just... just rabbit stuff."
This movie hit me to the core, damn it. I watched it with my mom who's still stuck in the 80s and has met Duran Duran and this movie just made us both so happy. It's happy sad, though. I felt so many things at once while watching this but what I felt most was that I absolutely love this film.
I found it oddly relatable in regards to the family situation (other…
WHAT THE FUCK. I can't wait to rewatch this again and again because there are so many possible interpretations and it raises so many questions for me. Why didn't she lure the disgusting forest guy to death like she did with the other men? And what's the deal with the biker? I live for this type of film, much like Enemy and Donnie Darko, where the significance/meaning of the story is up to the viewer to decide.
Scarlett Johansson's performance…
This is the most effective horror/thriller I have ever seen in theaters. Every single scene induces an extreme emotion, whether it be fear, panic, shock, apprehension, you name it. If I had to sum up Don't Breathe in one word it would be intense.
My experience in a nut shell: My friend and I were the only two in the theater. The first jump scare had us screaming & we actually had to catch our breath for a good minute or…