"The internet? I still rent stuff from the library!"
I've always been really moved by Williams saying
"It's not your fault"
over and over
but it wasn't until today that I realized how moving Driver desperately trying to cling onto someone that she loves and desperately trying to find the right choice of words to make them stay.
I've been there, we all will at some point.
Mathematical genius or not.
After listening to Wright talk about his influences for this on the "Movies to be Buried With" podcast I was really looking forward to this.
The way he spoke about his interest with the area/music/films of the era made this seem like a home run.
There's just something missing, somewhere it doesn't quite deliver.
It tries to be many things and just seems to come off as a kind of lesser xerox'd copy of his influences.
That's not to say…
A sturdy comedy, I wasn't a huge fan of Pete Davidson in this, I found his character quite annoying in places but it's the support (Burr, Tomei and Maude Apatow) who really elevate this.
It's a testament to how good it is that I've wanted to rewatch it in the following days.
Much like all Apatow drama comedies you could easily knock 20-30 minutes off the runtime and no one would notice, I heard someone describe it as "It takes…