Duh. What'd you expect?
Context, subtext. Inner and outer conflict. Denis Villeneuve managed this film to become a bridge between the complicated universe of Dune, to a better understanding for the audience without losing its depth and substance. An epic opera of political, religious beliefs, and human greediness within a complex lore yet so relevant to this day. Presented in a glorious cinematic experience that would give you chills all the way.
It gave nothing new, and surely there were so many recycled content, but we love to see it 😂
Just surely a purely made fan service to reminisce Blackpink's 5 years of journey with some spectacle performances. But that's pretty much it. Enjoyed the performances tho, it's impossible to not sing along to it.
A feminist friend of mine once said "a film directed by a woman has a sensitive touch that a male-directed film doesn't have," and it's proven that I think no one else can make "Wonder Woman 1984" more grounded and humane like this than Patty Jenkins.
It can be said that it is very ambitious, "WW84" brings up a topic that has an extraordinary impact but is still close to human life in general, conveyed through 4 main characters with…
"How do I even know what I want? But that doesn't mean our future is bleak."
— Yuni (Arawinda Kirana)
Ok, where do I begin? Wow, Yuni. A very honest and powerful piece of coming-of-age and women empowerment for every women in the whole world. Not pretentious, down to earth, and made straight from the heart.
Yuni is set in rural Indonesia in which the system as if told us that marriage is like, the number one shortcut for everything.…