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A Huge JOAQUIN PHOENIX admirer !
It’s such a terrific Sit-Com ! I mean no I didn’t laugh like hell. But the chaos the screenplay aggravated through the conversations and the characters involved in them keeps the audience intrigued about “what’ll gonna happen next ?” Especially Danielle (Rachel Sennott) and the dismal predicament she’s in the moment she came for shiva is depicted genuinely comical. The visual pun element in the screenplay and in the conversations is another thing remarkable about the film. All the other actors part of the movie have really done a commendable job. Shiva Baby’s really worth the time and the length doesn’t bother at all.
Started as an out and out Heist Comedy giving laugh riots every alternate moment. Took such a tragic and depressing turn by the end that left nothing but despise for me towards the law enforcements. The incident shown in here completely dissolves the difference between assailants and the law enforcements as you can’t really determine their measure of conscience by the uniform they wear. Anyways, won’t trigger much socio-political aggression here instead will straight get to the direction and the…
A terrific horror from the mind of Night Shyamalan. In short “a total terror”. First I’m gonna commend the labyrinthine acting performance by James McAvoy which is layered implicitly as well as it’s on the exterior. The sheer perfection and meticulosity with which McAvoy played the 24 alterations to his identity expressing every intricacy inherent to his disorder is absolutely amazing. Next if we come to the character of Anya-Taylor Joy and how well she acted it out then it’s…
This is crazy affffffffff ! My God I watched some epic shit man ! Adam Sandler is an extraordinarily talented actor and Safdie Brothers have written and directed one of the best dark comedies ever ! I just enjoyed this movie so so much ! Is there anything even missing ? An intense premise, an overtly entertaining screenplay, crazy performances, brilliant production design, a groovy music in the background, and above all great dialogues. If I was told to describe…