20 years ago I saw this in theaters. Gurnee, IL.
Tonight I re-experienced this epic masterpiece on the big screen once more. Harkins 18. Peoria, AZ.
John David Washington is quickly becoming one of my favorite actors. He is nothing short of brilliant, not only in every movie he appears in, but he is captivating in each scene.
Zendaya, while this is her first movie I’ve seen outside of Spider-Man, she held her weight with ease as Marie. Proving to be a worthy counter-part to John David Washington’s Malcolm.
While the run-time and emotional rollercoaster weighed a tad on my mental, as I reflect on…
I was afraid this film would not live up to the hype that surrounds it.
I am so glad I was wrong.
From the beautiful wide-angle shot of Jack and Ally sitting outside of the Super A Foods convenience store, to the final close-up as we are forced to stare into Ally's eyes...This film is a masterpiece.
Bradley Cooper's directoral debut left no room for disappointment. I can't wait to see more.
If I didn't fall in love with Lady…
“For you, every hour is the darkest hour.”
This was everything unexpected and more.
An undeniably haunting account of the deterioration of the world with a deep religious backbone...All being delivered by Ethan Hawk’s award-deserving performance.
90% of the movie I felt as if I was witnessing a soul in limbo, taking notice of the sins of the world, understanding, & moving forward by exposing the deterioration that came from within.
A24 does it again.