The marathon (which actually lasted almost a week instead of one day, as the initial plan had it) with Landon is over.
I’ll try not to say more of what I’ve already said in my review of Fellowship and Towers.
This trilogy is a reminder of life as I romanticized it as a child. As I grow older, life grows colder and darker, and I turn to whatever means I can to find happiness or even a little light in…
“The older you get, the more rules they’re gonna try to get you to follow. You gotta keep livin’, man. L-I-V-I-N.”
Dazed and Confused is one of those enjoy-the-journey-don’t-worry-about-the-destination pieces, and it puts other films with the same goal to absolute shame. It captures a small moment in time (one day), therefore allowing absolutely no character arcs. Every character ends the film very close to where they began—after all, how much can you really change in one day? These…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Up until this point, I’d only seen Goldfinger and Spectre, so while I’m not a Bond nerd, I still understood enough from Spectre for No Time to Die to make sense.
I think I’m just going to break down the different elements that stuck out to me, starting with the good.
Firstly, it’s a Bond film, and I watched No Time to Die on the biggest screen I could find. This alone made the movie super fun. There’s always going…
Anya Taylor-Joy was perhaps the only plausible option to justly succeed Charlize Theron
Edit: The name of the film has changed and Anya Taylor-Joy is no longer a part of the cast according to Letterboxd?