Rewatching this as an allegorical portrait of struggling with mental illness really makes for a deeper and much more interesting experience! Probably not what the movie was intended to be, but hey, it’s not the boss of me.
What a mess! What a silly, obnoxious, hilarious mess! Nothing makes sense, neither story nor character motivations. The two lead roles, played by Julian Sands and Sherilyn Fenn, are both unpleasant, abusive, pathetic, and, worst of all, uninteresting people with no redeeming qualities whatsoever.
Every aspect of the production - the acting, the film language, the score, the sound mix, the camera work, etc. - is over the top and feels almost like a parody of an erotic psycho-thriller. If you’re…
The feeling of oldschool Star Wars magic is back in "The Last Jedi". Callbacks and parallels to the original trilogy feel less in-your-face here than in "The Force Awakens", and more like a continuation of that same universe.
I loved everything involving Rey and her personal development during the movie - her storyline is definitely the best aspect of the movie. However, I didn't really care about the adventures of Finn. It seemed like they didn't know what to do…