This was alright. It was kind of predictable, to be honest. You don't really cast someone like Alicia Vikander in a robot role without expecting a plot twist at the end. I felt like the story itself was pretty predictable. The setting was absolutely stunning though. Like damn, Norway is gorgeous. The beauty of that country is utterly untouched. The cinematography of this movie was more enjoyable than the acting or story.
Well, fuck me. After this, Jessica Chastain is most certainly one of the best actresses in Hollywood right now. Holy shit. The direction and the script are both amazing, but it's Chastain who completely takes both these things and carries the story all the way through to the end.
She is so ferocious in this movie, I found myself rewinding scenes just to rewatch her performance again. Her eyes, which imho is where you can find out whether someone has…
You know those tiny seconds between the time when the final frames of a movie fade to black and the time when the movie credits first appear on-screen? Yeah. For this movie, those seconds were the longest seconds in my entire month.
Holy fucking shit, this movie was awful. I don't see how it's award-winning at all. Casey Affleck essentially plays a wooden board the entire damn movie. A wooden board to match the wooden house the movie is set…
Fellow Letterboxd-ers, have you ever asked yourselves if other theatre audience members can ruin an entire movie for you? Because yes, they totally can. And seeing that this is these Letterboxd entries are labelled as "diary entries", I'm gonna do exactly that. Write a diary entry about this movie rather than a review.
Because Wu Yifan fans fucking ruined my #TIFF15 cinema experience with their piracy methods. Like Jesus fucking Christ, we are about 20+ minutes into the movie, will…