I'm like Maiku Hama but nu metal.
Have reservations with the ending, but I could see this going up to five stars on a rewatch, because this is one of the most playfully subversive relationship melodramas I've seen in a bit. Feels somewhat atypical for Preminger but the panache is still there: his blocking and composition is some of the best he's ever done here; so close to a stone cold masterpiece. However, I cannot count this as a Noirvember watch despite how it was touted to me so it's retroactively booted off the list; this is just a full-out (albeit, once again, incredibly inventive) romantic melodrama.
That said: love you, Otto.
I knew I was gonna hate this when a song by The Interrupters began the documentary, trumpeting Hillary Rodham Clinton as a punk icon.
This hits all the classic DNC beats, such as:
- Evil Bernie supporters
- Socialism bad
- Russian hacking scandal
- Taking cheap shots at Trump and pretending they weren't buddies once
- Bringing up scandals very vaguely and failing to fully explain them
- Bruh moments (such as the infamous 'nobody likes [Bernie]' and '[I…