I'm not easy to please when it comes to film, i'm not going to sit here and pretend that i'm not, because i am. The Diploma i have for the art of film makes it hard for me to find true art as most of the films that are released fail to embrace what film truly means. For once, i think i have found a film which adapts everything i've learnt and everything i've looked for in film. Burning is…
"thanks. For everything"
"thank you. For being here"
I find my generation finds it hard to find ourselves. We look in all the places, even the wrong ones and still can't the light. The things we look for are stability, hope, friendship, and even love; but that doesn't come to us easily. The way it comes to us is through the natural world
I'm nearly turning 21 and I feel stuck. I feel stuck in the same place I've always…
The most amusing part of this is knowing that this has no point to exist other than to make me squirm with embarrassment
I don't take pleasure watching Alan Taylor slowly ruin franchises, trust me. I wish this was good but it just becomes the first of many dents that can't be buffed out
Lame, tepid and painfully dull. At least they all looked like they were in the same room on the day of filming
After receiving pretty devastating news about my pet, maybe i should have thought twice about this
EO is probably the most upsetting film i've had to watch because of the sheer heartache he goes through, but it makes such a profound argument for animal protection and how they see humanity
Tragic and empathetic through and through. I want to just give him a hug
I remember this being an event. Looking back on it in 2023 with the over saturation of the genre, i still feel it works pretty well
Sure, i wish it didn't look like a TV movie and other things but it feels large enough to work as a culmination of the previous set up. Shame they did it four more times...