screenwriter, comedian, director of every single star wars movie, and then a fourth thing but this one is a joke. big dummy
the first half of this movie has the mood of january 2020 through the beginning of march and the second half is march until now. ‘if i were a rich man’ is parasite winning best picture. ‘sunrise sunset’ is me and my friends seeing sonic the hedgehog and getting happy when a little
kid was clearly enjoying the movie. tevye not looking at chava is very specifically the day trump made a full recovery from covid. just heartbreaking stuff.
"Everybody in here's innocent, didn't you know that?"
Watched this for the first time in ages as the latest guest on Fangoria's THE KINGCAST.
I say as much on the podcast, but one thing I kept thinking this time around is how little the film's ideas about the inhumanity of prison have been adopted by the predominant white male college-aged demographic that made this movie the top film on IMDb. I fully believe the depiction of police in media heavily…
This movie means nothing. They just went “what’s big right now? incels and antifa? those are the same” and rolled it all into an existing character that could use politically and socially relevant anxieties as developing characteristics... but to make absolutely no “message.” and no, films don’t have to have a message (lemme just preempt that dumb comment someone always wants to make) but it’s so clear that this movie wants you to think it has one. it doesn’t. joker…
Too dumb to understand this. Said as much out loud when the movie ended and my friends confidently explained the synopsis, and I literally did not pick up on any of it. Felt like I was listening to freeform jazz only to have the lights come on and see everybody crying. It sure felt like a nice movie though! Everyone’s just bringing their A game here. Buckley is such a talent, and Toni Collette is one of the funniest actors we…