i use letterboxd to log films i've watched. i also do not log shorts or any oddballs that are under 30 minutes.
kinda good. the art direction, the score, the writing... good. i wish that some scenes were emphasized in silence since the music just withdrawn some scenes of its atmosphere/eerie-ness. the editing as well, the cutting felt really odd.
however, what comes to really etch this film on the mind of most viewers is its universal storyline, along with the execution, made it very much interpreted into various statements by most people.
i'd come back to this. maybe tomorrow? i'm not sure.
one remark i have came throughout the whole film -- this felt like watching a sports match with a funny commentator. some parts production-wise (and acting-wise, sometimes) definitely felt mediocre, but watching this one is just full-on pure entertainment. the jokes mostly land as well. the writing and plot on this one i find somewhat decent, also.
and the point that the folks who made this film got to show it to youtube is such a blessing to have.
(note: sure, this is my first dig at wakaliwood but at least i get to have my eyes on it. hopefully not my last.)