Fun fact: my parents named me after Tyler Durden. Thanks mom and dad for naming me after one of the most badass mentally ill terrorists in cinematic history!
Spectacular. Gaspar Noé is quickly becoming one of my favorite filmmakers, as the two films I’ve seen from him so far have gotten a 10/10 from me.
I felt repulsed during the tunnel sequence,
however I can’t really say that’s a flaw.
It’s obviously fulfilled it’s purpose to disturb the viewer, and the movie wouldn’t be anywhere near as impactful, significant, or consequential if it weren’t for that scene and it’s presentation, but jesus christ! I nearly switched the movie off at that…
The Shakespearean dialect does not translate too well to screen, but everything else from the immersive production design to the incredible cinematography more than makes up for it.
The acting and story is pretty great as well once you get past that difficult to understand way of speaking.
Perhaps I just need to read more Shakespeare.
Has none of the 90’s charm that made the original somewhat watchable.
Just an over abundance of references to other pieces of media owned by Warner Bros, and at times forgets to have a story of its own.
Most of the movie just felt like one big advertisement for other WB projects.
LeBron James gives one of the worst acting performances I’ve seen recently in a major blockbuster movie, which is funny considering he literally plays himself.
Watched for a Discord watch party. It's been nearly three years since I've last seen it, so I also figured it was time for a rewatch.
I don't have too much to say about this, as it's pretty much all been said before due to it being The Freakin' Shining, but what I will say is that this film builds atmosphere and tone like none other.
The miraculous sound design mixed with the incredible cinematography by John Alcott, the amazing…