So today I went to go see this film with my Dad who had not been to the movie theater in 5ish years. He is not a fan of film unless it is a war film or is based on a true story. So I was glad that this was the film that finally motivated him to go out and see something with me. He actually really enjoyed this and his only complaint was that he couldn't understand half of…
I got to say this was the perfect film to watch after being in a bit of a slump on watching films.
Timeless but contemporary. Colorful but at times gray. Heartwarming but heartbreaking. Fantastical but realistic. Youthful energy but mature. Romantic but complicated. Uplifting but cautionary. Quiet and meditative but at times loud and stated. The contrast in visuals, feelings, tones, and themes in this is what makes it so unique. I have not seen any other version of this…
This is like a much more sexy, horny, and sweaty Gone Girl.
As of right now there is like 13 of my mutuals that have seen this and that is a shame because this film is seriously great. William Hurt and Kathleen Turner are fantastic in this and they play off of each other really well. If you don’t like noir films I think this would be a good one to start out with because it has such a likable…
This had such an interesting concept and had all the right emotional depth to each scene that I really love in a film that looks at human relationships and grief. However, there is really too much that didn’t work for me and I cannot call this the underrated masterpiece that I had wanted to state this as from the beginning.
Nicole Kidman and Danny Huston are really great in this and are by far the standouts of the film. Kidman…
"Friends are the family you choose"
I'm going to start this off by saying, everyone that even has a small interest in seeing this, please go out and do so. I drove out an hour to check this out because I think it's important to go out and support films like these regardless if you enjoy the final product or not. Which by the way I absolutely adored this.
While I have heard that this is the feel-good movie you…