But actually, man beat up people very good.
So man cool.
John Wick with no dog.
Reminded me of "I'm thinking of ending things" in that the first thing I did after watching it was to watch a YouTube video explain it.
And yet again that was a very unsatisfying experience because now I feel dumb. That may just be me.
Now I honestly thought the first hour and a have was great. Full stop. Actually horrifying without being shocking or grotesque.
But it didn't stay that way.
The entire time it feels like it's not…
Yes, so, ahem, it is not easy to describe what it is like to watch this movie, but here we go:
You are going to the museum and you walk into the room
(with your pencil in your hand) and all of the paintings are either blank, or very abstract; white on white, black on black.
But you are cultured (your very well-read, it's well-known) and you have heard of the artist before so you give it a shot.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Awkwafina and the music. A hauntingly beautiful soundtrack, and a, in a differed way, hauntingly beautiful performance. And once, both together.
The last 10 seconds however are stuck in my memory uncomfortably.
Why didn't you kill her?* or better, leave it ambiguous. Even if it is based on a true story (Or lie, if you wish) it seems inconsistent with general feeling of the movie.
It hit me pretty hard at times, honestly I wanted it to hit me a…