A tight psychodrama built on confident visuals, a layered escalating score and Toby Jones brilliance as a man in a constant state of fractured identity. Scars from a monstrously domineering mother are still pulling the strings of his mind, leaving him tangled and unsure of what's real. But it wobbles a bit coming down the final straight away and finishes with ambiguous conclusions that may or may not have answers worth the wait. The connection amongst the cast is unified.…
I think it's important not to allow yourself to be offended by comedians, especially one in his/her wheelhouse of stand-up. I get the fact they are simply trying to find the humor in human weakness and frailty. We all tend to laugh at the things which makes us uncomfortable. As a sort of defense mechanism if you will. But Bill Burr seemed to genuinely relish in his cutting off at the knees certain sections of the human ecosystem. And it…
Christopher Nolan has crafted a masterpiece of cinema. If I could give this 6 stars I would.
I remember reading Alfred Hitchcock saying something to the effect "as a story teller within this visual medium we have two chief responsibilities, to manipulate time and show not tell". If you could show it without words you are responsible as a director to do so. Or else you cheat the audience he would say. Not an exact quote but that was the…
Ok, there’s probably something wrong with me but that’s the third time I’ve seen this stupid movie in about five monthes and my stomach hurts again from laughing so hard. It was my wife’s first and she was crying from laughter too. What can I say were not hard to please I guess.