C'mon C'mon

C'mon C'mon ★★★★

Are you ready for this? 

It’s corny as fuck to say, but connecting with a child is life changing and Mike Mills captures that in spectacular fashion. 

It’s a special little movie. Gorgeous black and white cinematography. The back and forth between Joaquin Phoenix and Woody Norman is perfect and touching. 

That would have been enough to have a good movie but the interviews, which I believe are real, that are sprinkled throughout the movie add some surprising depth to the story. 

Degrees of Separation from Last Movie:  
-C’mon C’mon with Joaquin Phoenix 
-Was in Inherent Vice with Jefferson Mays 
-Was in The Tragedy of Macbeth 

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