Red shines on the residents of Ebbing, Missouri angered by the fact that America will not bring the justice that they need. Mildred Hayes' spiritual journey through this film is wild, and is honestly one of the most unpredictable films I've seen in a while. There's injustice everywhere. Not just in one lonely fictional Missouri town, not just in the United States. Everywhere. When you have been failed by a system that's sworn to do you justice, what else do…
"When I close my eyes, I see this thing, a sign, I see this name in bright blue neon lights with a purple outline. And this name is so bright and so sharp that the sign - it just blows up because the name is so powerful... It says, 'Dirk Diggler.'
This is one of the most wildly entertaining films I've seen in my life. It's rich with characters, masterclass directing, and razor sharp writing. You see these people at…
"Are you just going to sit there and swallow your blood. Or are you going to spit it out and go spill theirs?"
The audience for this movie may be really thin, and I mean THIN! There were a few people in my showing walked out after the first ten minuets and I can't really hold it against them. It just wasn't for them.
For me though:
I fucking loved it.
Hardcore Henry may be a dumb movie, but it…
I usually don't hate too many films. Even films that I gave the same rating for this year I didn't hate. WTF! was just amateurish and entertaining filth, and Unforgettable was hot garbage that seemingly was just forgettable. However, The Book of Henry is a movie that is messy, stupid, contrived and so far up it's own fucking ass, that I truly, REALLY FUCKING DESPISE THIS FILM. It honestly feels like a waste of my time. This is an hour…