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My favorites are the last films I rated 8 or higher.
While I believe the book doesn’t fall in such stereotypes the movie definitely does, in a way that also affects how little fascinating and profound the characters are to my eyes.
And while this hyper-cliche version of a factually charming Jude Law feels like a concept more than a real man, Ripley seems kinda weak at his game as he could’ve avoided many trouble faking a better personality from the very start.
This is shot in such a bookish way…
After the first half hour I barely had any reaction to the noisy atmosphere and the tedious visual chaos of this film, I wasn’t anxious i wasn’t worried and I definitely wasn’t on the edge of my seat.
It simply didn’t slow down and when it tried to it wasn’t enough.
Very similar to Marvel movies in a sense.
I mostly appreciated it for its style and even the music, not as good as Oneohtrix Point Never ofc, which really…
This is one of the first 2020 movies I’ve seen, and probably the one I waited the most. I heard that Kaufman was coming back and I was really hyped, I was expecting a new approach to the human psyche seen through the matured eyes of the now (supposedly) more experienced director Kaufman is; but i was terribly disappointed. I’ll start by saying that I didn’t love Anomalisa, but I still appreciated the idea and I enjoyed it for both…