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I am so thankful for Adult Swim introducing this to me when I was 12 or 13.
While Evangelion may be the greatest anime of all time, this will always hold a place in my heart as my favorite.
Never has anything captured the chaos and confusion of growing up quite so perfectly. This may only be six episodes, but those six episodes are just absolutely bursting at the seems with creativity and personality. It's also one of the only…
John David Washington's character in Tenet should have been named Ellen Ripley, because that is the name of the greatest protagonist in film history.
I watch this movie at least 3-4 times a year. I don't review it every time, as that would result in me saying the same thing over and over again. This time though I do have so more thoughts that I feel I haven't over articulated yet.
Let's start with the obvious, production design for this…
Still excellent. I've never watched much of the older James Bond films, as a kid I watched the ones with Pierce and thought that were fun and a little cheesy. Boy do I just love the Craig ones though, I just love this character and I think they do such a good job with it through the Craig Era.
Vesper and Bond have fantastic chemistry, the action in the first hour is great and very well done, and then the poker section is just perfection. Paced well, shot well, and you've got Mads Mikkelsen as the villain, what's not to love about this one?
The score, the cinematography, and Kristen Stewart's performance. Just absolutely wonderful.
I was going to give this 4 and a half stars, but when I tried to think of anything I didn't absolutely love about this movie I came up blank.
If you don't have any knowledge of Diana I would recommend reading through a wiki article on her before watching this, as it does assume you have some knowledge our her relationship with both her husband and the rest…
I went into this with a lot of anticipation, and a slight fear of disappointment. Walking away I really enjoyed it, but I can see why this film might end up being a bit divisive.
This is Wright's most mature film to date, and I'm very happy for that. I have loved everything in his filmography up to this point, and I'm happy it's no different with this latest entry.
The music is just absolutely spot on in this. Wright…