I think Cure can easily be misinterpreted as an apolitical film that is only interested in mystery and explained away through the potential "magical" ability of our main antagonist. It's instead a deeply political reflection of an isolated society and people being guided towards violence by figures who seem to offer our worst instincts as a cure. The fact that Kurosawa chooses to reflect philosophical ideas in his dialogue rather than indicators of the political context of the society presented…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
1a) Kat Stratford
1b) Patrick Verona
2) Mr. Stratford
6) Mr Morgan
7) Joey Donner
9) Ms. Perky
11) Mr. Chapin
Best Lines in the movie: (I might've missed some it's hard to write and watch)
1) What is with this chick? She have beer flavored nipples?
2) Must be Nigel with the brie.
3) But mostly I hate the way I don't hate you, not…
Obviously, I don't disagree with the film's message at all, of course abortions should be accessible and safe for everyone. But I think it is delivered here quite poorly. I think using a "twist" the way they do is a bit tasteless and undermines it. I would say it borders on being manipulative. Plus, and maybe most importantly, it's just not made very well. I was incredibly thrown off by whatever that montage was. Anyway, at least it isn't like…
How does one describe Dune: Part Two? It’s like if you had never seen a movie before and someone showed you the best movie ever as your first. Like having your first kiss as a nervous teenager. Like the sleep you get after hitting snooze on your alarm and spending 10 more minutes in bed. Like locking eyes with your soulmate for the first time. Like if every one of your remaining days was spent exactly how you dreamed. Like…