How many words does the script have? Like ten?
God how I dig the whole vibe of this movie, I LOVED the atmosphere, this movie doesn't needed to look and sound that fucking good and the music god, the fucking music.
I didn't really love the story but everything else really sells this movie for me. It reminded me a bit of Sicario, with the way the music is used (or actually not used) during the action scenes…
Liked it more than the first time, wasn't so tired this time.
Photography and cinematography are insane, like, some of the nicest shit I've ever seen.
Acting is phenomenal.
Atmosphere is thick and the story is engaging as hell.
Despite all that, i don't know why, but I still don't love it as much as people do, I enjoyed The Northman more.
And it's strange cause I really (really) like weird shit that's open to interpretation, I love filling the gaps with my own ideas and everything points to the fact that i should love this movie, yet I don't.
Anyway, great movie nonetheless.
There's something about Yorgos' films that make them so hypnotic, I don't know if it is that weird super straightforward dialogue that manages to be both explicit and subtle at the same time, or his camera, or the sole sheer creativity of their plots. Nonetheless, The Killing of a Sacred Deer managed to stress me as much as it managed to glue me to the screen and activate all of my neurons to probably leave me thinking for some days…
I'm going to start calling Beethoven my ol' friend Ludwig Van
I need to watch this way more than one time to say something about it, it covers so many topics in such an interesting way, politics, morality, violence even relegion are touched so subtlety maybe, yet with an interesting deepness. Great movie, the first of Kubrick I actually like and enjoy.
This is the best Batman ever put on screen fight me.
It's a fantastic movie, the music and sound effects are Oscar worthy, its photography is incredible and every performance (specially Pattinson's) is amazing.
The plot is great although a bit too much similar to Seven, and it is a tad long but not too much that it gets heavy.
The action sequences are incredible, and Batman is so good that he steals every scene he is in. His presence…