I was too mesmerized by Joaquin Phoenix to realize this was a shit movie.
It took many tries to finish this epic film clocking in at 236 minutes long as it was impossible for me to watch it in one sitting. There were times when I felt overwhelmed by the immense runtime or the beginning leisure of John Dunbar patching up his fort. However, the introduction to the Sioux tribe finally opened my eyes and the film truly began.
Kevin Costner's depiction of the native Sioux tribe is careful, courageous and honourable. After all…
As the first two hours passed by, I was in complete bliss with Blue is the Warmest Color, and I grew frightful that things were too good to be true. I am not only referring to the relationship between Adèle and Emma, but the film itself. Thankfully after finishing, I can say that, without a doubt, this film is perfect.
I love how beautiful this film is.
I love how well it portrays a relationship and the natural phases it…