those car chase scenes on the big screen were such a spectacle.
a coincidence that i saw it on the exact same screen i saw Fury Road on two years ago? perhaps not.
i was the only one in the theater for this, which is a shame.
actually, before the film started, there was a couple a few rows back, but when the black and white fox logo appeared, one of them said "this isn't La La Land," and then they walked out.
damn straight this ain't La La Land, it actually won best picture.
Just when I thought La La Land was a lock for best picture, director, and cinematography, Silence rolls around and knocks me off my feet.
While La La Land appeals to my heart, Silence appeals to my brain. It's anguishful, powerful, and devastating. And this is coming from a reform Jew.
Silence raises a bunch of morality and religious issues, questioning if God is actually listening, if God is real, if God prefers to have your faith or your life,…