Me watching in 2021 as they describe a virus killing 100,000 people: 😱
FIRST MOVIE IN THEATERS SINCE FEB 2020!!!
This was a blast. There were a ton of great jokes—especially lines muttered off screen or in the background—that had me going. Sam Richardson and Harvey Guillen were both fantastic, but the real standout was Milana Vayntrub! This is the first film of hers I’ve seen (only seeing her before in small TV roles, Comedy Central, and AT&T commercials) and I’m ready for more. She was able to bounce from cute and innocent to dark and mysterious from scene to scene depending on what was required, and had some golden line deliveries. Cast Milana in everything!
I’m not huge on horror films, but I decided to watch this for Samara Weaving and Samara Weaving only. I’m happy to report that she’s fantastic. I’m also happy to report that Samara Weaving is still hot while drenched in blood! Who knew?
Despite my constant anxiety during horror flicks, this was a lot of fun. Weaving is perfect casting. Her fear and anger were spot on, and whenever…
I may or may not have watched a sub-legal stream of someone recording their theater screen since nobody in this country wanted to take COVID seriously, meaning no theaters in my city are open.
If you thought it was confusing, try watching an overexposed 480p recording with bad audio. I had to watch several scenes again to try and decipher the dialogue, and in some cases I couldn’t make out what was being said and had to infer. But I…