Not a university student anymore, busy with work so maybe it will be a bit rare to review films
The Tender Bar reminds me of Boyhood. We are presented with the story of a child's journey shaped through the influence of family, environment, and experience. The film does not present a lot of conflict, but the complexity that exists still makes the story run well. Watching it is also so light, like watching someone's life in general. The main character here struggles to grow up with economic difficulties, has aspirations but is confused about what he wants to achieve, like in general life. I love how Amazon always presents films that are warm, light and fun.
The only thing I regret in my experience watching Eternals is not seeing it on its release date in theaters. #ihatework
Eternals provides a stunning cinematic visualization adventure experience. The technical beauty of Chloe Zhao's directing is so palpable that it creates a sense of happiness and satisfaction. The Celestials exploration that began in Guardians of The Galaxy (2014) is successfully expanded here. In addition, the commensurate distribution of character stories makes all the characters here very well highlighted. We…
Don't Look Up directly shows what it would be like if the idea of science met against political ideology. In terms of the story, the story presents all the possibilities that exist regarding the mix-up resulting from this struggle. Starting from the intervention of rich private companies, mass destruction, sociopath politicians, public opinion, media, 2 fragile and conflicting community camps, to the harsh insinuation of resource wars between rich countries that the US wants to win, everything is here.
Minari is a sad and impressive portrait of an immigrant's life. The story revolves around a Korean family who pursues a better life, to achieve this success, they must endure every challenge first. It can be said, the contemplation of this story illustrates how everything in America wants to achieve what is called the American dream, including these immigrants.
I like it when about 98% of this film uses Korean language and dialogue, which is the first time I think…