Surprisingly really funny. Definitely more Roger Rabbit, than Space Jam 2. Stan Marsh has a cameo lol.
Pure joy and melancholy and adrenaline. When Tom and Val shared their scene together, I could hear audible crying from my mom and sister. They loved it, and it helped reinforce my love for it. Was still recovering from surgery on this watch and the pain meds were kickin’ hard during the aerial-sequences, I just kept swiveling my head and body. Bodies in planes in motion. Cinema is here to stay, baby!
Baywatch - Countdown to Ambulance #12: Ambulance + Q&A with Michael Bay!
“Don’t let go.”
So this was a nice surprise interruption into my month-long dive into Bayhem. Right off the bat, from its’ opening moments, you feel a switch from Bay. With just a few images, you get a lifetime of brotherhood and a life in the city. An honest to god, LA-movie, haven’t had one of these since Tarantino’s last I think? And Bay films the city gloriously;…
The greatest movie ever. A movie about watching movies, our relationship to the images, how they have the power to make us feel. It’s how Graham learns to empathize with the Tooth Fairy, and how Dollarhyde sees and so desperately wants to feel. How Petersen and Noonan occupy and navigate their respective spaces, it’s an impressionists’ look into two damaged psyches, where Cox’s Leckter is framed the tightest and more clearly in control of his space, where his evil can…