watched because we were also in the process of of going through Walking Dead once more with Yoos and my sister. nice try but if there's one thing i hate in movies, it's inconsistency. yada yada this shit's a sad excuse for a "smart" film, but a ballsy new one nonetheless.
from the very beginning you could tell she was naturally selfish in nature. this was only furthered by her going solo on a team play when she should've been there for her partner like he was from the very beginning. i'm curious about how she'd chosen to deliver in her second pregnancy. did she insist on home birth to her favour and comfort still? or did she choose to do what was best for her baby's odds this time... i applaud Kornél Mundruczó for keeping the realness in this film!
side note: there's ellen burstyn 20 years after Requiem for a Dream!
First of all, why take sacrifice when you can take all?
Second of all, why wonder around and attack when sacrifice already taken?
Third of all, why have zombie-making waiting room when can turn into zombie with one bite right away??
Fourth of all, what are y’all eating and/or waiting for in there?
I have so much qualms. The awful writing and dialogues.. I thought someone would’ve had thought about giving Tanaka his dues but no... last dude just went…
Promising Young Woman is my style icon. I should buy more dresses. Truly deserving to be nominated for best picture in the 2021 Oscars. Beautiful framing and set design. I thought the opening credits with grown men shaking their booties to Boys was ingenious. I think Emerald Fennell is being nominated for Director as well. Yay for women of film!
Now for my two cents, I don't think everything she did was right. I didn't think she was very level…