Idk where to start or where to begin man
God, there’s an incredible sense of longing flowing through this movie. With an even more powerful sense of love hovering around it. The way it plays with those two aspects felt like a reassuring hug from the universe. Not an answer. And maybe not what u want in the end. But even when I felt like crying while watching, it always felt good. Idk how to describe this experience. But I do know that I wanna get closer to it and feel it unfold again. Loved this
“Does it ever make you feel sad?
… There’s no something without nothing.”
Moment to moment one of the most thrilling, riveting and poignant movies in recent memory. Every second fucking hits. The ending hits so hard that it might scare me away from rewatching (the blu ray will be copped regardless). But up until that point I was thinking about if I was gonna rewind and watch it again immediately. The friendship feels so real and nothing makes desperation feel as real as Christopher Abbot singing Papa Roach with complete earnestness (that…
The way the family rallies around olive at the end is one of the most beautiful things ever. Every character in this movie is vulnerable and I really really appreciate that. There's so many great moments(Steve Carells eyes in the gas station, Alan Arkin consoling his son, Abigail running to the car at the end) but nothing screams "I love my family" more than Greg Kinnear on a moped
Toni Collette deserves a super Oscar for this performance, I mean cot damn she put it all on the line. I feel like such a nerd right now. My friends are using words like "psychological" and "thrilling" to describe this film. Meanwhile, I had a deeply horrifying experience. I was sincerely uncomfortable for most of the run time. That being said, I really wanna see it again. Based off the first viewing, I can't think of a film that scared me more