22. maybe i like my own taste.
you know the greatest films of all time were never made
Harvey Keitel is one of the best actors of his generation and it's upsetting how criminally underrated he is. It's quite great seeing him as the lead for once.
I think I expected something totally different. The concept had so much potential but it was wasted throughout most of this. Some genuinely amazing moments and Harvey's acting saved it from being unbearable though.
I will forever be mesmerised by the fact that every single frame from this is a painting, massive respect to all the artists involved in making this possible. Sadly I wasn't as mesmerised by the story itself, all the effort that went into the paintings deserved a far better storytelling. Van Gogh's life deserved better as well, I feel like movies about it often fail to get it right.
The fact that this film is genuinely praised makes me question humanity, this isn't a matter of subjectivity, this is so bad, not so bad that it's good, it's just horrible in any way you wanna look at. This is definitely the worst film I've seen yet and it just makes me mad thinking about it.
I've enjoyed some weird and crazy movies in my life, this is weird and crazy, but in a terrible way. The only redeemable thing…