spike jonze is my biological father. my favorite genre is horror, because shit's bananas and i love it.
don't think i'll forget the joyous experience of watching this in cinemas when it first came out; there was a lady sitting down the end of the aisle i was sitting in who was so enraptured by the movie that by the time the car chase started, she was kicking her feet in excitement with a big grin on her face. honestly? i'm right there with her.
people will be saying "they don't make movies like this anymore," about Knives Out 20 years from now, and i think that's kinda neat
stranger things: yo can i copy your homework?
super 8: yeah just change it up a bit so it doesn't look like you just copied me
stranger things: lol i started a new trend of 80's nostalgia baiting and am widely regarded as one of the most popular television shows of modern times
super 8: fuck, i've been forgotten by almost every person on the planet
what tries to be an emotionally heartfelt and personal story ends up turning into Riding the Bus With Ms. Sia reeeeeeally quick.
not sure what the point of this even existing is ? seems like Sia wanted to provide some kind of exploration or representation for people who live with autism and show that they're "beautiful in their own way," so the movie's solution is to have these little musical numbers that completely grind the pacing of the movie to…