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The Curse of Frankenstein 1957
Nearly forgot to log this again. The physicality of Lee's monster is really amazing as is the way Cushing just feels so in control of his performance at any given moment. The more I see it, the more this is the defining version of Frankenstein for me. Everyone around him is a tool for his use, his dedication to the progression of science having nothing to do with a curiosity about the world or a desire to help people, it's…
Avatar: The Way of Water 2022
Bro they don’t even know about the balance or the way of water, bro. Baby girl I’m just trying to protect my unit. You’re my baby girl.
I probably got myself too hyped up for this and this is with the caveat that I did not see this in 3D or HFR. I saw it at a work event where my office took us to a 2D screening in a theater with a probably less than optimal projector and a…
There's a configuration of ideas in this movie that would be a 10/10 masterpiece but something about how it all shakes out feels like it never hits its full potential. But there's so much to love about this movie about making movies and the intricacies in trying to capture the impossible, to reign in nature and other various factors of the universe and confine it to a 16:9 box.
The highlight of the movie is a flashback sequence so darkly…