I found it kinda boring and I didn't love that the creepy boyfriend ended up saving the day, but—and this is important to consider—boobs ❤️
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Plenty of psychological horrors have used the “all in her head” twist to varying degrees of success but Rose Glass’ first feature attempt is frankly above the majority of them. Saint Maud does an absolutely brilliant job making its protagonist an unreliable narrator, and—along with the phenomenal lead actress—making us give her the benefit of the doubt again and again until we just can’t anymore. Still have a ton to unpack, which is great because I think this warrants a second viewing. Excellent stuff.
Anything you want. Anything you dream of, you can have it.
There’s something very forlorn in Wonder Woman 1984's energy. From that first fight scene in the mall, the sequel to 2017’s franchise installment really does feel like it’s stuck in the past—not because of any Stranger Things-style nostalgia porn we’ve become accustomed to (though there are wigs and tracksuits aplenty), but because of the campy quality present in everything from the camera language to the extras’ performances. They don’t…