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“favorite films” reflect the best I watched in 2020
despite some occasional rough editing throughout the film, the third act is so strong that even grading this on a curve against the rest of Wes Anderson’s oeuvre, four stars feels dangerously low. extremely fun and touching, elevated by Anderson’s penchant for leaning heavily on his art departments, the only big takeaway is how much tighter his dialogue pacing and camera movements will get over time.
"Where are you from?"
"Nobody is from nowhere."
"Yeah, that's pretty much nowhere."
No specific spoilers relating characters' fates or major story details.
Luke and Rey in the tree. Followed closely by Rey and the mirrors.
-Kylo Ren/Adam Driver: The first truly interesting character development in any of Disney's Star Wars films comes in the form of Kylo Ren. I think it was an accident, but someone must have mistakenly written a complex character with…
Very admirably, this movie manages to accurately reflect real "haunted houses" both in terms of budget as well as ability to scare.
The worst writing, the worst editing, the *worst* cinematography, the worst dialogue, and an unbelievably disappointing complete lack of any gore or special effects whatsoever. Mind-numbingly boring, and constantly ruining its own poor momentum with head-scratching cuts to scenes that add nothing to the movie.