and I believe in cinema.
There’s so much I want to say about this movie but I don’t want to spoil it for anyone so I’ll just say I did not think Ridley Scott had it in him to tell a story that deals with a subject matter as delicate and as frustrating and as painful as this one with so much care.
Also, the fact that he made a story about the most horrid parts of masculinity and the dangers they pose to women…
I watched this on the plane and I’d forgotten to log it but uhhh I love this movie very much, even its problematic aspects I don’t care it makes me laugh and it entertains me and it has shirtless Ryan Gosling and that’s all I ask from romcoms. He does look photoshopped, it’s true.
And that ladies and gentlemen is how you do a sci-fi epic. The two and a half hour run goes by like sand through your fingertips, and after it’s over all you can think is alright give me four more hours of this and give them to me now.
There’s isn’t a single miscast role, everyone knows what they’re there to do and they deliver it perfectly. Timothee Chalamet knocks it out of the park, but Rebecca Ferguson and Jason…
“Whatever you do, try to make it sound like you intended to write it that way.”
I loved every single second of this film, and I wish it could’ve been three hours longer. This is probably Wes Anderson’s funniest movie to date, but it’s also filled with so much love, and passion, and tenderness.
Every character is so well thought out that it seems almost unfair how easy it is for Anderson to create these people that are so outlandish…