i don’t work at a cinema, i get free tickets
really engaging love story, with some great characters, cinematography and violence. the gore in this is so gritty and has an engagement of realism, made it feel quite powerful. great performances from all the cast, especially the brief moment with David Gordon Green & Michael Stuhlbarg. a brilliant finale as well, tense stuff.
loved it, almost made me hungrier than The Menu did.
my 500th review:
the cheeseburger in that was to die for. hilarious, twisty script with a menacing performance from Ralph Fiennes that is surely able to secure him an oscar nom, and potential win? the set design, sound and cinematography was all gorgeous. highly recommend!
‘you told them it was my birthday?’
‘seemed funny three hours ago…’
feels like a distant memory, and the constant edge of dread looming over the film make the film just as emotional as the last frame does.
i was so engaged with this story and it’s not until the end you realise what the narrative is doing (for the short but sweet runtime). went in with lowered expectations as heard so many good things about this, but yeah, it surpassed them on almost every level. realistic and heartbreaking performances and writing. loved every second.
there came a point, during the messy & loud third act, that i asked myself ‘why is this film only just coming out now? it’s 5 years too late.’.
the long-awaited Black Widow solo film is finally here. this is a fun film, with some very well directed action that’s very reminiscent of a Bond/Bourne film, and well written family dynamics that pretty much glue this film together. the best thing this does, is that it doesn’t follow the standard Marvel template of…
without going into details, Spider-Man: No Way Home is a satisfying and emotional conclusion to the Homecoming trilogy. the 150 minute run time flies by, the acting is great; featuring a much darker portrayal from Tom Holland. blending 3 generations of Spider Man franchises that i’ve grown up with, executed with best intentions which will probably receive the biggest applause from audiences. definitely strongest in its 1st and 3rd act. Willem Dafoe standout 110%. so great seeing him on screen with Alfred…