lover of films
Finally got the chance to revisit the greatest (now on my own blu-ray<3) and well, this is just something I can watch again and again over the years to come. There is obviously so much to say that's already been said before as Taxi Driver has been hailed a masterpiece decades before I even set my eyes on it but I still feel like I deserve to express why this film is the one for me and why I got so…
guys see i told you fan edits are the future of cinema
WHY COULDN’T I HOLD MY TEARS BACK? that ending pulled on my heart strings. kind of like cinema paradiso meets mulholland drive? and also on drugs with boogie nights? terrifying, tragic, with hints of warmth. damn. i do love movies. a strange way chazelle conveys his passion, i respect it
now THIS is an honest horror film
it’s simple and perfectly carried out which makes it come off as seamlessly put together.
It does and tells the story exactly how it’s trying to, in the most grounded way. It had me hooked in both the visual aspect and the written/structure of the story. Anya Taylor-Joy is stunning, and the whole family dynamic being manipulated by fear of survival and evil was very interesting. After dispute and blame being tossed around,…
me: i’m having an existential crisis
Synecdoche, New York: uno reverse, bitch
Charlie Kaufman... this may be the single most depressing and confrontational film i’ve ever experienced in my life, and God knows how badly i can immerse myself in the world of a film.
This is seriously some heavy stuff.
While a lot of movies either make me upset or anxious by being so honest yet hard to read, i was mostly just sad while watching this.