“TIME IS A CONSTRUCT.” Ah, that line gets me every time.
Two hours and 30 minutes of soundtracks you probably know, played live by Hans and Friends, against a screen that looks like it’s playing the graphics from Ye Olde Windows Media Player.
WHY IS HE ROBBING A BANK WHEN CURRENCY DOESN’T REALLY SEEM TO MATTER? So many questions.
Not only is Dunkirk visually amazing, but it has a really incredible pacing with tangible tension- without the typical gratuitous violence and R-rating we associate with the genre.
At one point of the movie, a psychiatrist says, “I’m having a hard time why people are talking about Joe Paterno at all.” I wish this movie had enough guts to take its own advice.
I would have given my left foot to have L3 voiced by Daniel Pudi.
If Jeff Bridges wasn’t around, I’d cast Josh Brolin in all grumpy, gruff, affectionate old man roles.
The good news is, Michael Shannon doesn’t disappoint... except, for a work whose themes and context are so heavy- Fahrenheit 451 feels kind of light. Oh no, did I just watch another Dark Tower!?
Everything bad about Power Rangers can be overlooked by its heart and eagerness. I sincerely mean that.
there are enough hints if you are paying attention to figure out the hijinks. If you’re not, I can see how some of the things would be a bit wilder and left-fieldy. Either way, it was a great time!