You gave [movie I like] [lesser amount of stars I‘d give it] so your opinion is invalid
I've put off rewatching this just because I waited for the cinema rerelease to hit. That never happened, so here I am. It's been too long.
Scott Pilgrim is a one-hundred and ten minutes long movie that describes my love for these moving pictures in its purest essence.
Between the layered sound design that enhances every single scene and joke to points that I just can't comprehend or the cinematography that goes beyond the borders of live action movies and…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
"The past is just a story we keep telling ourselves."
Theodore Twombly is awkward. He likes wearing colorful shirts, playing videogames, is creative, and in the end, lonely.
Theodore might be the perfect self insert for alot of people.
What is there to do if you are unable to move on from the past, you find yourself dependent on what has come before?
What are you supposed to do if your happiness is overly reliant on other people?
A two hour long class act that was very obviously hacked together in the editing room and does therefore feel awkward in more than a few places.
I wonder how great Blade Runner could have been if the vision had been there from the beginning, but even then, Blade Runner is a unmatched masterpiece in audiovisual aesthetic alone.
Very frustrating movie starring a mostly charismatic Gosling (bro should be in more action films).
The Gray Man has all the ingredients to be a pulpy action masterpiece, but none of the crew behind the camera seemed to have any fun, or time to develop a proper feature length film.
Feels like a direct to DVD movie from minute #1, has some of the worst editing I‘ve ever seen and doesn‘t even try to be more than a visually boring…