The Fellowship of the Ring is the warm and fuzzies before the inevitable heartbreak of Two Towers.
I find it difficult to review David Lynch movies because I’ve always been fascinated by his style yet it’s not my favorite way to see a story. I’m more attracted to slightly-less conventional styles, not his balls to the walls “if you get it, you get it” style. But every time I watch a David Lynch movie I’m on the edge of my seat feeling the images pass through me. To me, it’s as if I’m…
Scarlett Johansson’s performance is phenomenal and her beauty is used in the most poetic way. The brazenness and vulnerability she shows feels like experiencing life through new eyes.
I really enjoyed this on first viewing. The music is d r a m a t i c and the idea that letting in a teeny tiny feeling can destroy you is something I can very much relate to. I’m looking forward to watching this again, even if it’s to watch Scar Jo put on lipstick over and over.