"You know, for a smart guy, you really are a dumbass."
Did anyone else find it distracting that Jenny Slate was playing a scientist? Yeah, so this was pretty bad. Tom Hardy is honestly one of my favorite actors, but his character was pretty awful. A very boring, basic, unlikable, cringe movie with uninteresting characters and uninspired environments. Maybe the sequel will be better? - 3/10.
"It's nobody's business but ours."
A great movie. All of the performances are outstanding - Heath Ledger in particular proves himself to be a great actor with this movie, great cinematography, a beautiful score, really well written. It's a very simple, painful, and emotional story told in a very honest way - and I think that works really well. Maybe feels slightly too long, it loses focus a little bit towards the end. A very well crafted and personal film that works very well overall - 8/10.
Men really do ruin everything, including the concept of this movie. There certainly were elements to appreciate: some great cinematography at times, great lighting and visual style, interesting music choices, moments of good acting. Unfortunately this is quite possibly the most unsubtle movie I have ever seen in my life, leaving the audience without a shred of interpretation to chew on. Very unintentionally goofy, very juvenile and poorly thought-out, very repetitive near the end. Once again, there were many moments…
A film, even to those who don't like it, should be considered nothing short of a monumental achievement. An incredibly weird, crazy, over-the-top, ambitious, wild, unpredictable, overwhelming, mind-blowing, hilarious, fun, original, action-packed, and super creative film that impressed me at every twist and turn. All of the acting was top notch, the directing and cinematography blew my mind, the editing style was an achievement in itself, very original and memorable screenplay, fantastic score and music choices, great production design and…