What a rare and special film. While Mulan appeals to my heart and comforts me, Daisies is one of the most effectively disturbing and uncomfortable films I have seen and appeals to my brain. The fascination for this film is endless, and the way I am subconsciously moved and interested is what I seek with cinema. Perhaps the film was even too disturbing for me, because I was never 100% able to enjoy the weirdness and absurdness of this film.
I was wrong for thinking this was any different from the other Marvel films. Ant-Man is terrible, but at least it is not political like this.
How could one take this film seriously? Michael B. Jordan, a guy born in Santa Ana and raised in New Jersey, is giving the most laughable and fake accent. He sounds like a white dude making fun of a Harlem accent. This film fucking referenced Vine, more specifically the phrase "What are those." The…
Do you ever feel like it’s too early to call a film one of the greatest masterpieces of motion picture history when it has only been out for two days?
Welles' most daring, bold, vivid, gorgeous, metaphorical and structually challenging film. Says a lot when the man made Citizen Kane 77 years ago.
I feel like this could have revolutionized cinema if it had been released in the 70s/80s, but The Other Side of the Wind has the time to do that now.
I am forever grateful that this film finally sees the light of the day.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Reynolds has made my dreams come true. And I have given him what he desires most in return.
And what's that?
Every piece of me.
After my first watch of Phantom Thread, I was blown away. I could not believe what I had seen. Usually, I have a thing with always getting disappointed with films I watch in theaters, and if I don’t go out left in some form of let down, I will later realize I had given the…