i am quivering as i write this thinking about how close you can get to thinking everything behind you is over. sometimes those things come back looking new. everything you’ve been taught brought back in front of your face and shoved down your throat.
memories are awakened and seep back in as if it were another life. as if it were fiction.
it’s very easy to fall back into the binary when it’s all that is around us and when it affects your daily life.
AT ITS CORE A MOVIE ABOUT DE-DETRANSITIONING AND THAT IS INCREDIBLE
a lot of people will discuss the performances which are all over the place or the meandering story but i specifically would like people to focus on and discuss the moment in which bradley cooper asks cate blanchett to “come over to the window so i could get a better look at you” in that god damn jackson maine southern charm drawl. bradley cooper best living movie star
What to say about this comatose trainwreck of a film... Gaga ate those octogenarians UP, including Ridley Scott, whose days of high suspense are long behind him. The only reason I’m alright with the movie being at least an hour longer than it needed to be is because we got more Ga outfits (ski suit, blue sundress and lesbian murder trucker fit were highlights). The soundtrack is what solidifies this movie as camp, down to the random asf Tracy Chapman…