i think this gets too much unnecessary hate… but maybe i’m just a sucker for andrew garfield. not as good as tobey maguire’s spider man, not even close, but not nearly as bad as it’s made out to be. i think it really takes more time to start liking peter in this one, he’s awkward and not as bold as maguire, but then he puts on the mask and there’s a shift of confidence much different than we’ve seen before.…
honestly… i liked it. i really thought it was an interesting story and it just got me thinking a lot. i love when a movie can do that.
bradley cooper is amazing. and i felt for him the whole time, which i wasn’t expecting at all. he definitely carried the movie, so much that every other actor in the movie was either annoying or simply forgettable. so yeah, all the empathy i felt for cooper is the reason i’m giving…
me four days ago during my first viewing: cute movie :) but very mediocre with some weird scripting. three stars.
me now, grown and wise: HE MADE HER A ROSE OUT OF A POTATO AND CRASHED HER BOWLING NIGHT AND TOLD HER HE WANTED HER TO HAVE HIS CHILDREN. CINEMA.
to be honest, i haven’t stopped thinking about this ever since i watched it a few days ago. truly a very underrated gem. not a masterpiece by any means but…
“you know what kind of plan never fails? no plan. you know why? because if you make a plan, life never turns out that way.”
oh my god. i finally saw it. i finally fucking saw it.
okay, so before i go on with my actual review i need to tell a little story about how long i’ve actually tried to see this film. of course it’s been all the hype on letterboxd since summer, and it’s been in and…