I feel like I just got abused by a movie
Trying to watch through all of Iñárittu's films before Bardo comes out in December, my most anticipated film of the year. I was a little worried about this one because I had seen it only once before when I was either 12 or 13 years old. I was already enamored by Birdman and especially The Revenant back then, but this one was bleak and sorta memorable yet hard to really have as strong of a reaction to. Rewatching Birdman was…
Piss off Blade Runner 2049, THIS is what I'm excited about!
P.S. I'm still excited for 2049, but I think the idea of a Blade Runner sequel is unneccesary, and that Dune sounds way cooler. I'm looking forward to it as a new Villeneuve film, but not neccesarily as a new Blade Runner film.
Edit: lol, I was dumb
I don't think any other movie has made me just afraid of... people, life, the outside world. Just like Loveless from 2017, this wasn't a film that immediately got under my skin while watching it, though I was still disturbed, but started frightening me after it ended. It's a masterpiece, I'm sure of it, but it's also dreadful to have on your mind. There's so much beauty to it, it's about so much more than just "people go crazy after…