I love my popcorn. Movies. Popcorn.
"Hello? Yes, this is the character portrayed by Paul Henreid in NOW, VOYAGER. What's that? Oh, yes, you're the doctor from the sanitarium where my young daughter is a patient. What's that, doctor? You've fired the nurse looking after my daughter? And…you're going to let the patient next door to my daughter be in charge of my daughter's care? Uh-huh. I see. And then you're going to let my daughter move in with them at the beginning of…
BATTLES WITHOUT HONOR & HUMANITY
Chigusa's working up to her final words to be something profound or even a declaration of dying love for her longtime crush and then says, "You look really cool, Hiroki" which he responds with, "You're the coolest girl in the world", which are the last words she hears, is the most realistic portrayal of teens in movie history.
The song playing over the end credits isn't quite "Dani California" but it certainly is a whiplash in tone from the rest of the film.
"I wish you'd have some food, Mother."
"You know I HATE food!"
A dysfunctional family with an alcoholic matriarch and a married, successful oldest son named Michael and another infantilized youngest son named Buster who has joined the military after attending boarding school...this is certainly a new twist on Motherboy.
Thinking of that Future Utopia meme when I imagine a world where Andy Milligan and Henry Kissinger swapped, and Andy is the one who's just passed away and we lost Pissinger over 30 years ago*.