"God forgive me for what I've done."
Easily the most disturbing Bergman film I've seen so far. Really well written & directed, a lot of great acting, some extremely graphic scenes - especially for the time period. There were a few goofy moments in my opinion, and in one seen there was a bit of "overacting" from a character, but overall this was a very effective and memorable film - 7/10.
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"Even if we're related, even if you're my brother...my feelings will never change."
A very boring, forgettable, and creepy film that I felt practically no connection to. Other than the music this was an absolutely joyless watch, yet another movie with the "incest is wincest" theme...gross - 5/10.
"They promised peace and they gave us purge..."
In the same vein as "Doctor Sleep," "Ready Player One," and "Space Jam: A New Legacy" - "The Matrix Resurrections" now joins the incredibly obnoxious trend of sucking the blood dry and "cashing in" off the popularity of a previously successful IP. The constant barrage of references, callbacks, motifs, and flashbacks were unbelievably intrusive and unbearable to a new level I have never seen before. The first hour or so was basically…
"One time, I met Sting, and I swear to God, he farted right in front of me."
Adam McKay, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Jennifer Lawrence all take time off from their busy lifestyles of living in lavish mansions, driving fancy cars, and flying on private jets to spend almost two and half hours lecturing the general public about the certainty of climate change. This is quite possibly the most unsubtle movie ever made, never found any of the humor to be…