Dune: Part One operates in a large scale, the visuals try to impose greatness, the score tries to be solemn and powerful, the story is self-serious and full of grand concepts, but in the end, it's all just a prologue, a very extended trailer for a part two that may never come. And as an incomplete story, I can't really say it's a complete film. Technically, everything is fine, but Frank Herbert's original white savior story led to ideologically uncomfortable territories, and so far, it seems like Villeneuve is leading to the same flawed destination.
Avengers: The Search for Purpose
Avengers: Endgame isn't like any other movie. Actually, I would go as far as to say that it isn't a movie at all. It looks like one, it acts like one, and it's a damn good one, but Endgame feels more akin to a climactic sporting event. It's the Superbowl of the MCU, and the fact that it was marketed using highlights from previous films reinforces that thought.
People will come into Endgame expecting finality,…
Made me feel.
Reflect on my life.
Think about mom, dad.
Think about past lovers.
Do I want to have kids?
They'll eventually abandon me.
Need to say sorry, I haven't been a good person.
She is an only child, she would have felt better if she had a sibling.
The one thing I can't live without.
Sometimes I want to die.
But most of the times, I love life.
Love the nature.
Love falling in love.
I want to live.
I am easy to find.