“I really like that one movie where the guy beats up the other guy.” - My friend’s Mom.
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I’m a mess and absolutely overwhelmed.
I was on an emotional high as soon as the credits rolled and it took me a day to figure out my thoughts.
This is Quentin Tarantino’s love letter to us and to Sharon Tate...and yes it’s overlong but it’s also incredibly crucial.
Nearly everything here works and is primed for discussion.
Each performance is wonderful, each set transports you to 1969, and each directorial decision entices us.
I know we say "They don’t make them like they used to”, but Tarantino proves that new films still have that one of a kind magic.
"I’ve failed you for simply being who I am.”
Almodóvar’s Pain & Glory represents an attempt to turn the camera on himself...one that’s frank and quietly human.
It’s brutal but never exhausting.
It’s not as flashy as his previous films because his films are a ravishing depiction of how he sees life...not how his life actually is.
Pain & Glory made me feel like I was watching something I shouldn’t be watching because Almodóvar has successfully kept us in the dark about…