Felt like a sequel to the original rather than a remake. My experience of this was definitely benefitted having seen the original, at least. I loved the differences between the two, how this one unashamedly commits to its central conceit where Argento kept it more of a mystery. The dance sequences are a marvel, and Act 6 is astonishing. I thought the performances were excellent from Tilda Swinton and Dakota Johnson, Thom Yorke’s soundtrack was sadly underused, though one song…
First rewatch since I saw it in the cinema, I remember enjoying it but not as much as the first, it got a bit too bogged down in the lore and world building.
I’m an idiot. None of that matters when Keanu Reeves is this fucking epic. The action scenes are phenomenal, it’s really funny at times, and the soundtrack is just badass. I loved it. Bring on Parabellum.
This film is worthless.
We love when films break the mould of a typical 3 act/5 act structure. Meet characters, thing happens, twist happens, finale. By and large this is how films work, you can deviate from that but look at any film worth its salt and you can pinpoint the structure. The Crimes of Grindelwald says “fuck your structure” and decides to just not have one. It decides to get its characters to do meaningless things that get them…