This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
More orifice bursting than others, less symbolic meaning.
I really wanted Double Fassbenders to kiss and—spoilers—they did.
Okay, okay. I know. I have double standards. I wouldn't deal with Zac Snyder or Michael Bey's over-indulgence in slow motion action shots, gravity-defying moves, inhuman strength, and impossible weapon-dodging, but goddamnit, I loved the over-the-top Tollywood production that went into this film. Just the fact that they spent millions on a series of meaningless montage scenes travelling through India had me hooked. CGI was amateur at times, but meh...it was fun.
World premier screening at Overlook Festival!!! Jesus Christ. So much feels, so much love on this film.
This is a sit-tense-in-your-chair, hold-your-breath thriller whose slow, suspenseful build climaxes to a heart-rending, intense end where you will either scream in frustration at the film's unanswered mysteries or scream in nihilistic catharsis.
Technically beautiful. Night scenes are lit practically by lamps, giving a sense of claustrophobia and paranoia. I couldn't help but tense up and 🙈 with each nighttime scene. Q&A with…