Self-proclaimed filmmaker with dreams of becoming a real proclaimed filmmaker.
This shit was gnarly, dude. Let's see, where should I start? How about with the incredible performances from Linda Blair and Ellen Burstyn, who cried and wailed convincingly enough to essentially make me forget that they were being PAID to do it, rather than it being genuine distress? Or we could discuss the incredible practical effects here, from the makeup used on Regan's face as she slowly deteriorates throughout the film to the levitating/flying props.
Either way this whole thing…
Watched this in Korean with English subtitles like a fucking boss.
Listen, there's something you need to understand about me: it's HARD for me to get into a TV series. I've really only watched a handful, and have actually enjoyed even less than that. They all kinda felt more or less pretty uninteresting to me, (minus certain shows like "Mr. Robot" and my favorite show of all damn time "Breaking Bad").
So trust me when I say that I was…
I dunno, the son was kind of an asshole. But at at the end of the day, this is such a hilarious and heartwarming film that's got a great message at its center. Almost every big name in this does an incredible job with the roles they're given. Nathan Lane, Robin Williams, Hank Azaria, and Gene Hackman all absolutely KILL in this, and are really what keep this whole thing going.
And honestly, bravo to this for keeping its priorities…