This is the Guy Ritchie-esque film I've been thriving since Snatch. Although it's basic as fuck, it's also very fun experience. I feel happy again.
(Paperboi spittin' Thomas the Tank Engine lore is the funniest thing I've seen in a while.)
Jujutsu Kaisen is peak shounen for me at the moment. The movie has a very simple yet well-constructed plotline. Character writing is brilliant. It's so refreshing to see well-written female in Japanese animation. Maki has to belong to one of favourite side characters. They even explore the characters we already knew before (in a very good way). Animation done by MAPPA is another out of body experience. Real sakuga shit. All and all, it's a solid movie which everyone put efforts into every minute detail.
0 is another W for Jujutsu Kaisen.
The Green Knight (2021) is the modern rendition of epic Arthurian tale. I used to be fancied by tales of Camelot, King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table when I was a kid. I get older but I never tend to deep dive into Arthurian lore. Sure, I've heard the story of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight very briefly.
When it came to Arthurian legend, there are already so many iterations of it. We have several versions…
As a fellow football fan, I could acknowledge this movie as a love letter to late Diego Maradona. I never got to witness the greatness of Maradona but I always wonder how the townsfolk feel if a player like him tranfers to their hometown club. This has to be the best Coming-of-Age story I've seen in recent years. It's wholesome, light-hearted, heartbreaking and inspiring at the same time. Some jokes here really cracked me up and they came up very…