Average movie enjoyer
Unfiltered existential exploitation madness. The repulsiveness and inscrutable morals of the previous films are cranked up to the point of complete abstraction here, leaving a film which, disturbing and grotesque as it is, has an uncomfortable beauty and profoundness to it that I was not expecting at all. Could not imagine a more perfect ending to this bizarre, messed up trilogy.
Hmm this is an interesting one. Simultaneously overwhelming and underwhelming. As a purely aesthetic exercise filled with dense symbolism and rich mythological flair I think The Green Knight succeeds in spades, but this was just too damn cold and emotionally detached for me to groove with and truly care for. Still one of the better new release movies I’ve seen this year, and the green knight himself might just be the coolest thing ever.
This has pretty much nothing to do with Jaws, but I’ve been thinking it over for a long time and I’ve come to the decision to stop rating movies on this site.
Recently, I’ve found that when I’m watching a movie I’ve been overly and unnecessarily stressed about how I rate it on here, to a point where it even negatively effects my viewing experience. There are also a few other, lesser reasons why I’ve chosen to stop rating movies,…