Please let me move to this town.
Ok, going in a little cynical of this film maybe changed my whole perception. My expectations were low to say the least and maybe this is why I enjoyed it so much. But hell, this is honestly one of the best Marvel films I’ve seen.
It was a cinematic masterpiece which was surprisingly empitional and thoroughly entertaining and enjoying. It’s an epic of new proportions and is able to handle and accomplish a number of very difficult things perfectly.
“Growing up can be a little bit scary and weird.”
Eighth Grade is a rare masterpiece with more emotional bite and comedic grandeur than many films to date.
It is an innocent film that handles its characters perfectly. All too often we see directors/writers almost forget what it's like to be a child. Not Bo Burnham, who adds the awkwardness, vulnerability and realism is caved perfectly into the 21st century. Elsie Fisher takes the role of Kayla Day and sieges…