Kristen Davis and David Arquette turned up, did nothing, and got paid. Respect.
I don't quite have the words for it. Utterly breathtaking cinema. Creativity I could never even dream of reaching. It'll need another watch before I can form coherent sentences about it, but it's the best film I've seen this year. A lot of love for Michelle Yeoh but Ke Huy Quan and Stephanie Hsu are equally spectacular.
Whilst I think I prefer this over it's predecessor, I find the quality to be about the same.
I'm not sure what it is about these films that I find so underwhelming; I wish I could join in with the immense love but, for me, they're just fine. I don't find anything about them particularly brilliant or special about them, but I also don't think they're bad at all.
I'm glad people find so much to love in them, maybe they're just not for me. Seeing part 3 this weekend, third time lucky?
Documentaries are a cinematic blindspot of mine, and therefore I lack confidence in being able to critique them...That said, I feel pretty confident in saying that this is not a well made documentary.
Audrey, on the surface, is a very pleasant film; there's plenty of footage shown, some of which that seems very personal, that are simply wonderful and just an absolute delight to marvel. Audrey was breath taking in every sense of the word, and the footage of her…