19 year old engineering student (who would much rather just watch movies all day).
The one thing that I cannot stand with a movie is when a filmmaker has a cool idea and just doesn't run with it (*cough cough The Tomorrow War). Luckily with Shyamalan I know he's always going to give it his all and try everything (to varying degrees of success, granted).
The thing I love the most about Old is that it does every possible thing you could want a movie with this premise to do, and then throws even…
Can't believe there used to be a time when we'd be blessed with three great Ryan Gosling movies in one year and now it's been like three years since we've seen him in anything.
I don't understand nor do I particularly care (usually) about American politics so for me to find this movie as engaging as I did shows just how brilliantly written it is. It's accessible to anyone regardless of their understanding of politics but doesn't have to sacrifice…
I'd seen the majority of this movie, in little installments over a bunch of cover classes in high school, but this was my first time properly watching this classic.
Just like in this fictional world created for Truman, it's the details of this movie that make or break it. The premise is of course super interesting but it's how well Weir executed that premise that shines throughout.