very predictable ending, weird dialogue, too many scenes where they recite quotes from people, the same score was used multiple times. I guess the acting is good.
As soon as the clock turned 4 AM in the film at the climactic sequence, it was 4 AM for me irl, so I was extremely immersed at that point.
Anyways, I fucking loved every second of this masterpiece. It was very tight, suspenseful and very minimalistic (in the best way possible). Although the title already spoils the film, I found myself to be on the edge of my seat, fearing for that man's life. The sound was used really well in this.
Bro, holy fucking shit, I can't express enough how much I love this fucking movie, holy fuck. This movie makes me horny, in a sense being chased, like in a dream. Its so realistic, but so surreal at the same time. There's never a moment, where any scene feels unnecessary, or its just there to fill the time. Every scene and character has a purpose in the story. The pacing is just *chef kiss*. The movie feels like 2 minutes…
Although I liked Good Time more, this movie is still very thrilling and entertaining, and I know some people may not like that movie (my sister included). Adam Sandler disappears into the role of Howard Ratner, but still maintains his witty vibe, which isn't too distracting. The Safdies managed to capture the chaotic world of the Diamond District, blending in non-actors to make the whole experience much more immersive and authentic. The music composed by the talented Daniel Lopatin plays…