im like if a filmbro but a girl was a they/them
ratings are based on enjoyment it's not that deep
The first 70 minutes of this dragggeddddd we genuinely considered walking out, which I know should be unforgivable. but I'm a sucker for hamlet (yeah yeah sure this is based on an older version) and it will happen again. the vengeful prince of this film is rather one-dimensional, but robert eggers is my new best friend for running with my favourite gertrude interpretation. plus everything was just too gorgeous I can't not love it. alexander skarsgard and anya taylor joy…
"and now he knows everything"
there's a lot of things in this little movie i'm glad to see; my thoughts on south asian heteronormativity spoken aloud, the flipped focus on a brown man being the one desperate for marriage, the freedom of loneliness, a genuinely empathetic recount of the early days of pandemic, and the fact that oh look aziz/kumail/hasan/etcetcetc it's actually not that hard to criticise arranged marriage culture without throwing brown women under the bus!!!! yeah this movie…