Just a girl learning and enjoying films, haven't seen too many classics, my taste in movies is random af
I mused a bit on the genre of "visual albums" and how our murky definition of them has caused varying levels of expectations to these films in my review of Kacey Musgraves' new <a href="http:// boxd.it/282vy1">film.
Those same questions came back to me again while watching Halsey's new ambitious project. Unlike other similar projects such as Lemonade, Star-crossed, etc, If I Can't Love, I Want Power feels less like loosely connected music videos and closer to a traditional film, with…
This was REFRESHING!
Absolutely adored this and this concept of a high school The Godfather-esque setting. This rough handheld cinematography was captivating considering the plot and tone.
The third act shot my rating up and the run in the woods had my heart thumping, I truly feared for the characters' lives.
I do think outside of Selah, some of the characters were weak and needed some fleshing out. I just wanted more, more of the factions, more of the shady dealings, more of them trying to evade the administration. So glad we're getting a tv show
Lovie Simone was a force!