True pioneer of the eating desserts montage/Hall and Oates "You Make My Dreams" montage no disrespect to Marie Antoinette or 500 Days of Summer.
Pixar has set the bar incredibly high with Toy Story, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, the list goes on, that if a movie isn't to the standards of Ikiru, Sunset Boulevard or some "greatest movie of all time" people are like this is 2 stars, Pixar fell off.
In its execution, and in its meaning, Turning Red is not the best track on an album by fucking Radiohead - nor is it striving to be - this is movie is I…
"Have you ever heard of Plato, Aristotle, Socrates?" "Yes." "Morons."
That quote from the Princess Bride is how I feel about cinema in 1971 after seeing The Devils.
In a year of arthouse triumph, of foreign exploitation titans, and New Hollywood getting its footing, The Devils stands as the smartest, most transgressive, and masterfully directed film released.