This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
It's been a while since I've hated a character as much as the one businessman (you know which one). I mean fuck that guy.
The fifth installment of the Dekalog might be the most powerful one I've seen so far. The exploration into capital punishment and the value of every human life is really questioned well. Few performances have felt as subtle and brutally honest as Miroslaw Baka's. While Kieslowski proves yet again that he's able to explore parts of human nature in far greater detail than many could with 5 times the length. What a triumph.
No one does fucked up quite like Fincher. That being said I fucking loved this. Granted, I may be a tad bit biased based on my love for Fincher (he is my favorite director). But, this was excellent.
Having read the book I was worried about how this story would translate to film. Calm down everyone, it worked out just fine. Props to Gillian Flynn to sticking to her story and writing one hell of a screenplay. And props to…
Today, I embarked on a journey. A joint journey in which Gustav letterboxd.com/gustavr/ and I are very excited about. Over the next few weeks we will be going back and re-watching some of our all time favorite films. Today we began with the love of my life, Children of Men.
When I was in the eighth grade, my love for films truly began. I was on my way to Florida on a family vacation and had rented some movies off…