This movie was not what I expected but I liked it a lot.
The subject itself makes it unique and very interesting to watch.
There are some incredible ideas and shots that merge into others.
The use of CGI is super smart and every scene feels powerful.
Jim Carrey's performance is stunning and it feels refreshing seeing him like that.
Overall great movie but I might have had to many expectations..
This is the most Lynchian Lynch movie.
It's completely de-structured, doesn't make a lot of sense (at least to me) and looks like a nightmarish acid trip.
This was one of the scariest film I've seen and even though I didn't understand it I still feel like it succeeded at being a great horror movie.
The thing is it might be too long..
The ending revelation worked for me but everything that follows the '' burnt hole in the sheet…
wowwwwW, i have never ugly cried at a tv show this much. it done that rare and unique thing of where it utterly breaks you but beautifully mends you back together and i just think that's delightful. it feels so honest and raw, can safely say this won't be leaving my head (or heart) anytime soon.
This felt so comforting and personal..
Every shot, EVERY SHOT, is perfectly balanced and pleasing to the eye and I don't think I've ever looked at buildings or man-made structures this way.
Both main actors are amazing and they play their roles in a way that feels real and everyday-like.
The score us also very peaceful and works perfectly with the imagery.
Overall great surprise and I definitely want to visit Columbus one day..
Come on you guys it way better than the ratings you give.
It's supposed to be a ''Christmas'' episode and it excels at the task.
Matt Smith has so much fun here and it feels like a child fairy tale. Plus the score is great, as always..
This is so bad it's almost a lack of respect for the audience..
It's lazy, uneventful, repetitive, and completely relies on the original movie.
From the opening sequence on I already knew what it was : a cheap copy that has no originality whatsoever.
And if this story arc is what is supposed to replace the masterpiece that is Texas Chainsaw 2 I definitely don't want to do anything with it..
And this marks the final chapter of a perfect trilogy.
This one gets more real and focuses more on how life really is rather than projection.
I love the table group conversation at the beginning and the entirety of the hotel room argument at the end. Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke deliver the best performances of the trilogy in this scene.