Music. Films. Books and running.
3 times a charm.
It's like I'M in some sort of temporal pincer movement.
To be honest it's the gift that keeps on giving and I can't feel myself ever getting bored of rewatching this film. Repeated viewings really do show how much thought and effort went into the plot and structure.
Quite, quite brilliant.
I'm happy to say the hype machine didn't lessen the impact of this startling assault on the senses.
Sandler is magnetic and infuriating in the lead role as he freefalls into a downward spiral of increasingly poor decisions akin to Chase in William Friedkin's To Live & Die in L.A.
I'm sure the Safdie's are big Friedkin fans as the tone and more than a few times; visual cues in Uncut Gems seem to point to other examples of Friedkin's films.…