This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Perfection. The accomplishment of creating a sincere grounded world and a substantive potrayal of the tumultuous era of the 1970s. The grim world of prostitution, violence and sex. This film's depiction of 1970s New York is about as authentic as you can get. From the underage prostitution, to the world of pornography.
The film's first perspective view accomplishes relatability to a bad person.
Travis's outlook on the world is entirely effected by some parts of the world. He demands to…
Me, barely watching films, depressed as hell, thinking about nothing, doing the same tasks every day, thinking I'm absolute nothingness, stumbling upon this film was an absolute miracle.
Never would I have thought that a film would have hypnotized me to the point of me thinking I'm there standing next to Christian Bale's character.
I honestly don't know how Malick can shoot a dream so well I can almost feel it.
This film captures the subconcious better than anything I…