They were originally going to call this A Goofy Movie, but then they found out that the name was already taken.
"I have zero friends. Like, you could say my roommate is a friend, but we hate each other. And aren't friends."
What a wonderful, wonderful movie. I'm so glad this was recommended to me – it's so in line with my sensibilities and just hit me right in the gut. I see so much of my college self in this movie (in both of the characters, but particularly Alex), which I don't necessarily mean as a compliment to me. The characters…
"No matter where you are, whether it's a quarter mile away or half way across the world, you'll always be with me. And you'll always be my brother."
Whole movie is great (cars flying out of planes!!!), but the sendoff for Walker is amazing. Truly one of the best handlings of a real-life tragedy I've ever seen on the part of a media franchise.
RIP Paul Walker, gone far too soon.
"Part of the journey is the end."
Dazzling. Utterly joyous and effective. I'm honestly floored by how much I loved this, especially after how indifferent to Infinity War I was. It's nostalgia done well, it's fan service done well... This is an unbelievably emotional end to an 11-year, 22-film journey, and while it's undeniably had its ups and downs, holy shit was it worth the ride.
I'll write more about this at some point, when I've inevitably seen it again and more people have seen it so I don't accidentally spoil the fun.
A24 has been going hard with their campaign for this film, claiming how terrifying it is and even linking to an article that claims watching it is the equivalent of exercising for two hours because it elevates one’s heart rate. I thought a lot of this was hyperbole. Now I’m not so sure.
This isn’t the best horror film I’ve ever seen; it’s a little uneven in places, a key element of the plot disappears for a long stretch…