"Movies that you can watch once and understand entirely--that is the type of movie that I don’t really like. However, if you are able to understand 70 to 80 percent of what’s being relayed, and there’s still some percentage left that would allow for your own interpretation… that’s the type of movie that I do like. There might be a certain part that you don’t quite understand, but there is a portion that rests in your heart." -Satoshi Kon
Grateful that my viewing experience included an incessant (like, truly unending), loud laugh track from the woman in the back row. Made me feel much worse about not genuinely laughing during the runtime.
Unclear if I'm equipped to watch movies with the general public anymore after what happened with this and Priscilla
I feel like I would've enjoyed both movies more had I been at home, with my projector, with my noise-cancelling headphones, away from people. Is that unreasonable? Is this becoming a Reddit comment?
"The whole underside of our society has always been violence and still is. Churches, laws--everybody seems to think that man is a noble savage. But he's only an animal. A meat-eating, talking animal. Recognize it. He also has grace and love and beauty. But don't say to me we're not violent." -Sam Peckinpah