As you walk through a desolate town, you see bodies laying around. A hole in their head, and blood in your heart. You keep walking, surely this can't be the worst thing you've experienced? You've seen a old disabled man being tossed off a balcony, with no hesitation and emotion displayed. Or is it? Your family was taken from you, people you loved died, and still, your walking. You're just a pianist, you play the piano. That's all you…
Wasn't a fan of it, would have been much better if Enola Holmes was a kingpin and cooked meth. Just imagine her doing the "say my name" scene from Breaking Bad.
Man: Who the hell are you..?
Enola Holmes: You know very well who i am...
Man: What? I have no clue who you are
Enola Holmes: Yes you do.
Enola Holmes: I'm the cook..I am the lady who killed Sherlock Holmes. Now, say my name...
Man: ...Enola Holmes...
Enola Holmes: You're goddamn right!
The Thing is John Carpenter's masterpiece. A horror classic with great attention to detail and a master in entertaining. By the end of it, you consume it and want to watch it again. It succeeds on every level of both filmmaking and entertaining. It has great performances from the likes of Kurt Russel, to the damn dog. Seriously, that dog is great. But making good and nuanced characters isn't Carpenter's thing. Some of them feel a bit bleak. But…
If Once Upon A Time in Hollywood is a loveletter to 60s hollywood, Django Unchained is a love letter to the ol' western genre. A genre that has died out, but somehow still managing to be recycled into the new western genre today. One of them being Django Unchained. Its Quentin Tarantino's loveletter to all those great westerns and mostly spaghetti westerns he watched growing up. It manages to be a over the top and funny movie, while showcasing…