I adore films like this. Incredibly dry comedies that have something to say about society, and specifically in this film, about toxic masculinity. Jesse Eisenberg is fantastic as per usually in these kinds of films, but Imogen Poots wows. Very funny, but dark and reflective all packed into one strong punch driven kick.
I had so much fun and was stunned by the beauty of the visuals, and that’s all I needed. I still am unsure if we’ll ever get to a point where photorealistic CGI animals talking will look perfect, but I think what we got was pretty good, save for some scenes where visual emotion doesn’t quite translate to well. It would’ve been interesting if the expanded upon the story and put new life into an old story.
Billy Eichner and…
This movie is a trip and one of the funniest things I’ve seen this year. If you’re already a fan of Harmony Korine, I think you’re gonna love this. It really is that though, a wild trip; less of a typically structured story and more of a tag a long, go with the flow adventure with a character who seems to, in a way, transcend failure.
The cast truly brings this to life with incredible performances across the board. McConaughey…
Conflicted to say I loved Glass, because although it's a very interesting film that knows exactly what wants to be, the execution doesn’t make for an incredibly great film/trilogy-closer. It results in a quite mixed bag of a film, but one that I really enjoyed and found fragments to be quite spectacular. Definitely recommend this to anyone that liked Unbreakable and Split.
Loved the first half and every character gives a fantastic presence. The interactions between the three super-humans are…