Brad Pitt in his moccasins cruising around empty Southland freeways with the top down. DiCaprio's stilted, alcoholic acting in westerns and war films. There are worst ways to spend two and a half hours then in Tarantino's 1969 Los Angeles.
It leans hard into Clue and completely pulls it off. Everything is perfect. Great film.
How hard is it to find a beach house without white vinyl windows? The performances are fine, Alec Baldwin is a good choice for Robert Moses. The story is engaging enough. Needs more shots in Penn Station, less curb cuts and vinyl windows.
Just get to Tom Cruise running on rooftops, flying helicopters, driving motorcycles against Parisian traffic. Those parts are great.
Went in unexpected direction of survivors of the Holocaust having to personally coax Adolf Eichmann into their grasp. Ben Kingsley and Oscar Isaac are compelling to watch, playing mind games in an Argentinian safe house.
Viewed: 10 Aug 2019
Directed by: Adam McKay
Listed in: Movies, hulu
There is a strong drama with great performances and occasional jokes buried under the Big Short’s skeleton.
Joaquin Phoenix wrestles with his demons more then with bodyguards. Though he dispatches quite a few with a ball peen hammer. Bodyguards that is. He is full of personal demons.
Deadpan, tightly wound and as bleak as any Lanthimos film. I expected another rabbit to be pulled out of the hat. And in the end there were no other rabbits in there.
It promises derring do and it delivers. Matt Damon alone in a tent figuring shit out. Satisfying at the very least.
What a waste. Not much there. You get Iggy Pop in zombie make up and he’s just a regular old zombie. What’s the point?