No plot. Zero character development. Chopped and screwed and absolutely ridiculous. I was smiling ear to ear the entire time. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time. A medium close-up of Halle Berry talking to herself that never slows down and doesn't look back. It was missing a heart but I couldn't find a need for one. Hilariously thrilling in the best possible way.
An intimate frame. Lasting images. A circular memory stuck in all the right places for the only reasons. People die and then they're gone. People leave and then they're lost. What would you rather do than relive what you've been forced to let go? Especially after realizing it was far more important than you ever gave it credit for. A beautiful tribute to closure and why it so often doesn't make sense. It doesn't need to. Haunting images of a…
Chilling, heart wrenching, and for the last 30 minutes downright horrifying. The Fly is a thriller/horror/sci-fi masterpiece.
Everything works. The performances fit perfectly with the script, the special effects are vomit inducing, and it never feels weighed down due to it's short 90 minute runtime.
I made the mistake of grabbing a snack around the 50 minute mark. Not a smart idea. Don't do it.