if a movie has a good animation in any part of it i will rate it higher.
Excellent movie; I don’t think it has a chance at the Oscars (Palm D’Or is enough) but there’s so much to dissect.
The scene of the Russian and the waitress is perfect, an excellent class divide.
The tension is at an all time high most of the movie, although I could’ve done without the vomit and shit.
Carl’s journey is the most interesting part; he’s a man that wants luxuries and a certain life style, but depends on a woman for it; be it Yaya or Abigail. Him at the end is renouncing that life. It’s incredible.
this is a hard one to talk about, I had seen it discussed a lot by fans of extreme horror and gore as something very depraved, and by non-fans as “pointless violence”.
i don’t think it’s pointless, and i also don’t think it’s the worst of the worst.
this movie is a critique of the way China managed the COVID-19 crisis. It’s so explicit within the film I can’t believe some people missed it. The violence is over the top…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
i knew from BooksAndLala that this was an “outside the end of the world” story, so I wasn’t expecting a lot of story or answers. What convinced me to watch was 100% the director. I love Mr. Robot and this delivers on the gap it’s ending left me. So so good.