I haven't seen the series, maybe i should've.Fine writing and direction and nice cinematography, the movie is beautiful.Maybe it doesn't do justice to the Western genre, it's more like a fine drama.That or it's just the inner soul of a young man who sat down to watch a proper western speaking! Anyway, great movie.
Un-Tarantinoesque is the word I'd like to use.Who in the world would've thought that of all people, the man known for ruthless violence and bloodbaths would deal with such a delicate and highly sensitive subject in such a beautiful way? Expect the unexpected, that's Quentin Tarantino for you!
I, for one, don't really know much about the real zeitgeist of the Hollywood of late 60s; or about any place for that matter.To be honest, the things I know are the…
No eerie music, no jump scares, still one of the greatest horror movies ever.When adapted, even James Whale wouldn't have thought he could do this much justice to the classic Mary Shelly novel.Whale's Frankenstein is sheer brilliance.Gorgeous gripping cinematography.Boris Karloff's mesmerising performance is brilliant.The make-up of the monster is fabulous.All this elegance in 1931, this is nothing less of a classic.Now after seeing two of James Whale's movies and realising the technical superiority of them considering the time period, I'm understanding that his films are inspirations to many films that came later.
Why do I exist? Do I need any help? Am I worthy of living? Is this even life? Am crying right now?
I don't know everything.To tell the truth, I really don't know nothing.
"You never even loved yourself."
Being an alternate ending to something like Neon Genesis Evangelion is not easy.Especially when it is the originally intended ending that could've replaced the last two episodes of the series.When the ending of the iconic series met with mixed reviews and…