As soon as the film started, I began to openly and unabashedly cry tears of immense joy and pride.
I've seen this movie before, so lemme be the first tell you it's good.
Actually nah, it's fucking amazing.
To outside eyes, getting into Sundance may just be the coolest thing thing that could ever happen to someone. Naturally, there's a lot of buzz about how this first-time director could pull off such a feat.
To be completely honest, I'm not…
Not a fan.
I was super lukewarm on the script when I read an early draft back in 2018. I remember asking my brother why he doesn't just make this other incredible idea he's had for so long that i can't even talk about but aghghghhg its so fucking good (because Searching hadn't come out and he was still unproven / unknown as a writer-director), and then telling him that Run would only succeed on the strength of his execution…