Law School Third Year
Trying to take myself less seriously.
BEAUTIFUL cinematography but mostly dry and dull. Very much feels like a debut, but still interesting Cronenberg already knew what themes he wanted to explore from here on out. Really only for completists. Reminds me a lot of Jarmusch's debut "Permanent Vacation," though I would much rather watch this again than that if forced to watch one.
I think that choosing to make "the invisible man" be a metaphor for abusers who get away with being absolute monsters just because people don't believe the accusations levied at them by their victims (who are usually women) was kind of genius. It is the perfect movie for that type of commentary. Add to that some beautiful cinematography, a great lead performance by Elizabeth Moss, and some fun, stylish direction by Leigh Whannell, and you have a real winner on…
Part 2 of the Bondathon!
I believe this was the second Bond movie I saw, back in 2008. It was either this or Goldeneye. And while I loved Dr. No back then, I wasn't as into this one. Some have remarked that they can't see what kids would like about these early movies, and while I did like many of them, this was one that put me to sleep as a kid. It was slow, the action scenes were few…