"Do you ever feel like you fucked up somewhere a long time ago, and you're living the wrong life? Like a bad version of the life you're supposed to have?"
Sam is a fucking loser.
He feels like he fucked up somewhere long ago and is now living the Black Mirror version of what his life was supposed to be. He constantly feels inadequate, which makes sense, because, you know, he's broke and about to be evicted, but the way…
Two professionals seat across from each other at a coffee place. They bond over their personal problems. Vincent talking about his marriage failures due to work and his stepdaughter. Neil talks about his alone life and not getting attached to someone you are not willing to walk out in 30 seconds flat if you feel the heat around the corner.
Who are they? One is a cop and other criminal. They chase each other like a cat chases a rat.…
Just finished my journey through the entire Saw franchise and what a trip it has been! The SAW franchise could easily be classified as one of the best horror film franchises out there!
Every film in the franchise offered clever twists and turns! Measured intellect went into the storyline making it deserving of an audience! An iconic villain worthy of the fear, thrills and chills he inspired! Plenty of gore, horror and diabolical contraptions compliments of Jigsaw to put horror…
سئمت والله سئمت من التوجهات الغبيه السخيفه لهوليوودد و انا متيقن مليون بالميه مسلسلهم هذا مو للجمهور ولا لحكايه قصه مؤلمه ولا اي من هذي السخافات مسوينها عشان تعاطف الجمهور بسبب رؤيتهم ان منصتهم فاشله لابعد الحدود و باقي المنصات تسبقها للعظمه و هي من مستوى دنيء لمستوى ادنى و مسلسلهم بسبب معرفتي لتوجههم الغبي ماعجبني ولا راح يعجبني ولا راح اتكلم عن عوامله ولا اي شي
اللعنه على استخدامهم لمشاعر البشر للربح السخيف
No central character.
No defined purpose for side characters.
No three acts.
No internal references.
No political polemical voice.
One of the best films ever made.
It’s hard to look at Dog Day Afternoon as something completely unique because every film that came after Dog Day Afternoon that tried to be Dog Day Afternoon stole some technique from Dog Day Afternoon. The title just rolls off the tongue, clearly.
But what immediately stands out for me is the color palette. While maybe not direct with this usage, Dog Day Afternoon is consistently capturing the color white in a way perfectly akin to it’s themes. The buildings,…
Martin Scorsese having tears in his eyes, opens his notebook and scratches out a single word:
edit: to prevent this review from being shadowbanned for the “lack of content", I'd like to say that Zack Snyder's Justice League is a massive improvement from the previous take on it. Despite being 4 hours long and having lackluster writing, it manages to work as both "set-up" and "pay-off" movie, while still delivering a coherent story with a satisfying finale. cheers!
I’ve been telling you that something is wrong...for a while.
The negative reviews...I have to laugh! Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too is a satirically heightened portrait of the backstage grotesqueries put in place to aid an artist’s cash value and disregard their mental health, it’s a look at two young sisters dealing with the loss of their mother in outwardly opposed but internally parallel ways. It, somehow, is able to balance real human drama with broad sci-fi camp and feel both…