Pretentious white boy
“ What's happened, happened. Which is an expression of fate in the mechanics of the world. It's not an excuse to do nothing.”
Still absolutely rips. Nolan took the approach of what he did witch Dunkirk and added to his older formula. And it absolutely pays off. One of the most visceral experience in film. From the opening it’s just taking you on this ride. And it’s as most people say best enjoyed when you just let yourself be…
Feels like a Hitchcock movie with the energy of a Guy Ritchie movie. It’s self aware but never above anything. It crafts an interesting narrative in itself. One with some incredible characters. Could just live in the world with these people for hours. There so real and human yet also so entertaining to watch. Blacks writing to me feels reminiscent of Wes Anderson’s. While being about some very funny characters. There’s also this layer of humanity and melancholy to it.…
Brad Bird was right there but they hired a bland director who made two mid spider-man movies.
What a movie. I mean i wish i could describe in words how good this movie. I loved everything in this. So i’m just gonna try and go over a lot of what i loved. First this film is perfectly made. I loved the cinematography it’s amazing. The score is fantastic. David Finchers direction is absolutely perfect. That words gonna come up a lot. Yeah the performances are Incredible. Especially Jessie Eisenberg and Andrew Garfield. BUT, Maybe possibly the best…