Wanted to say that this is some sort of korean avengers but now I'm speechless because of how anti-climactic it ended up being. The unconventional and somewhat controversial premise immediately hooked me in plus it starts with an amazing animated sequence, it would've been a great time if it wasn't for that limp dick ending, now you can file this under "I watched it so you don't have to."
That La La Land homage took me the fuck out.
It's the feeling of never wanting a dream to end, desperately trying to go back to sleep hoping that your dream would somehow pick up where it had left off.
But you know very well that it won't. First you'll forget the details. What shirt you were wearing, the exact words you said or wanted to say. Her hand on your palm that felt so tangible just a few seconds ago, reduced to a cold sensation that served as nothing…
The man who plays Stu is not an actor but actually Stu Rutherford, a part-time business analyst for a Wellington company, LanWorx. He was hired for the film under the impression that he would be working on computers, and that he would play a small part in the film.
Stu is the purest human being alive, perhaps even of all time. This is a movie about Stu, made for Stu. I'm so glad the vampires realize this, protect…