Varsha’s review published on Letterboxd:
I’m sorry but how is Belfast getting more best picture momentum than C’mon C’mon ?
Out of all of the movies I’ve watched this year, this feels most like what we needed and what I would want to see win best picture. It’s definitely not the most showy or most innovative but I think that it achieved something even more difficult on such a personal level — capturing the complexities of human relationships.
Sure, every movie ever dissects human nature. But this one does it in such a tender way. I was so touched and moved watching this film. It felt very therapeutic and as a lot of people have put it: “like a warm hug”.
The dialogues are so natural, the vibes are so comfy AND I walked out of the theatre (slightly teary eyed) to it snowing!!! Such a beautiful beautiful movie that I recommend to anyone who wants to feel something.