This profile contain primarily movies I’ve watched since acquiring a Letterboxd profile.
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Fun story. I was driving on my way to the Cinema talking about how I’m rarely ever impressed by the volume when watching movies in IMAX - this movie however, impressed the socks off me with its mix and design. Anywho - onto the actual movie!
I don’t often exit the Cinema going; “I could go for the next one right this second” - This had such immense sense for detail and definitely feel like listing the book for a look…
The premise is simple, yet consuming and undeniably effective.
Once in a while, one experiences a movie that impacts you in such a way, that the art of the media enriches the viewer with emotion.
Normally movies focusing on an illness and people suffering from it, means cheap shots, for me at least - it is true 9/10 times at least. However this performance, cinematography and the script induces so much more than just that. Without ever knowing anyone suffering…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
As far as movies depicting racing goes, this for me, was an absolute marble consisting and combining of astonishing material and factorial work.
Arguing whether accuracy is the strength of the movie is not a question because major plot lines are played up by this movie. However as is to be expected in such scenarios with Hollywood. However I tend to simply forget about it, and just go with the 7k RPM. Bale and Damon shows amazing chemistry on-screen and…