This film tells a really captivating story of mental illness through the lens of someone in denial. Some aspects and depictions of mental illness and other events throughout are clearly outdated, but I want to believe that it’s intentional due to the setting being the 60’s. Both Winona Ryder and Angelina Jolie perform extraordinarily at their roles. Whoopi Goldberg surprised me with how great she was as well. Some criticisms I’ve heard is that this film indulges in queer-baiting between the…
I went into this film expecting so much more than I got. I guess I kind of went into it expecting it to be like The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, but I was wrong. Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel both have pretty good performances and I enjoyed the emotion JGL brought to this film. JGL’s character, Tom, is the epitome of the “nice guys finish last” archetype but I’m willing to overlook it. It really felt rushed and short.…
Okay hear me out. It is possible that I’m biased due to the fact that I am the daughter of a man who has a passion for driving and cars, specifically Fords. I remember watching this in theaters and absolutely being in awe. Also Christian Bale has such an incredible acting range. who else could play a stubborn yet lovable dad who’s passion is race cars and also be literal Patrick Bateman.
Super awesome Batman and Punisher crossover.