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It Was Fun
It's not a masterpiece like a lot of 10/10 reviews are saying and it's not hot garbage as the other low ratings tell you.
Well the story was cliché and the comedy was wacky and some might find it cringey and forced, but I didn't mind. I liked most of the comedy.
It's very fast paced and loud.
Nothing new here and the story is not that amazing but it's a fun movie to watch anyway.
The best thing about it is the animation.
The Truman Show (1998)
What a Film!
Truly one of the greatest most enjoyable movies I've seen.
The idea of it is so good and original. The performances are great.
I don't know what to say, I just enjoyed every second of it.
Saving Private Ryan (1998)
Not a Masterpiece
This is where you see the difference between a master like Kubrick and an okay director like Spielberg.
This could've been one of the best anti-war films of all time, instead it praises war in many ways.
Now compare this to an absolute masterpiece Paths of Glory and another great one Full Metal Jacket, and see how inferior this movie is compared to them.
The first 30 minutes of the movie might trick you into thinking it's an anti-war movie, but as it progresses it's just action after action with a mediocre story and a lot, like a loooot of war movie clichés and predictably showing Nazis as these dumb evil demons with no strategies whatsoever and it's disappointing.
And let's not even talk about the plot.
And yes, I am giving it an 8, because it's a well-made film with great performances and memorable scenes, but it's just not as good as these reviews and ratings and it's overrated.
But it's just funny to me to see people say 1917 (which in no way is a masterpiece or a flawless film), or Hacksaw Ridge are jokes compared to this. Let's compare the core plot of these two with SPR, shall we? 1917 is about two lads going through hell to save hundreds of men from basically killing themselves. Hacksaw Ridge is about a guy who refused to kill anyone, only heal the wounded, and got mocked and shunned for it by his comrades. Saving Private Ryan is about 8 guys risking their lives to get to Private Ryan so he could get back to his mama. So you see what I'm trying to say right?
Family Guy: Meg Goes to College (2021)
But hey, at least it's better than the last episode! There were some funny moments here and there and the cutaway gags were actually somewhat funny.
The show still suffers from not fleshing out it's plotlines and filling it with stupid unfunny scenes, but it's Family Guy's tradition at this point so not expecting much from the show anymore.
Persian Lessons (2020)
Could've Been Better
So first of all I was gonna see if this was the first feature film the director Vadim Perelman has done, and if so, I was gonna say that it's a pretty good movie for his first time directing a feature length, but it seems like he has made some other movies with not so great ratings except House of Sand and Fog. But still I can't say that this is a bad movie, cause it is absolutely not, but it could've been much better and impactful with some changes.
So I don't know anything about this story being real or not, but as an Iranian myself the concept of it seemed intriguing to me and it was interesting to see how he would come up with fake words and sell them as Farsi.
The beginning of the movie throws us right into the main idea of the film and it kinda feels rushed, even for a 2 hour movie. The main problem I had with this movie was that I wasn't really emotionally invested in it as much as the movie wanted it. And I think the cause of that is that we don't really get to see how "Reza" got captured and what he did before, and the first scene with him is plot related and he gets a book that the real Reza wrote his name on it. So the movie doesn't want to waste any time and kinda rushes everything but there are some plotlines and scenes in the middle that are kinda boring and also irrelevant at the end with no conclusions that they could've cut them and give us more Reza backstory or some sort.
And as usual, with this kind of movies, the general actor Lars Eidinger steals the show with his performance. Not to say that the protagonist wasn't good, he really was and he did his best, but Klaus was the star, even though his character was kinda dumb.
So let's talk about the dumb, or the obvious flaws of the film.
First of all we're in the third act and the general said half an hour ago that he has learned 1500 words, but just now is Reza teaching him words like "hunger" and "work"? Seriously? Isn't "hunger" a related word to cooking and food, the vocabulary that the general wanted to learn first? I know this is a small nitpicking, but it's kinda dumb that he makes equivalents for words like hunger, hope and work, after teaching Klaus 1500 words! Like what are these 1500 words that don't include the word "work"? But it's just a small nitpick so it doesn't really matter.
Another thing that annoyed me was the fact that Reza just told anyone that he saw, that his language is not actually Farsi and it's made up. Like he actually said to the actual doctor of that camp! And the doctor didn't even say anything about it. Maybe he was a good person but it doesn't matter, it was really stupid of Reza. And another guy that he says it to is just a random guy just put in the middle of the forest, between a minefield and a swamp and it's obvious he's just there for the sake of the plot. Like who tf is this guy? Wth is he doing there? A lot of things in this movie are forced, like that blond girl burning the hand of a kitchen worker cause she got thrown out by Klaus. Like I knew she was gonna take it on the poor workers but burning her hand? It kinda feels forced just to say that look at this cartoonishly evil nazzi.
Kinda went off rails here, but back to the problem of Reza saying he's faking, to the doctor and the random guy in the forest, he doesn't even say that to the two Italian brothers. Like does he trust the doctor more than these two? Really?
Also, most of the movie I was waiting for Klaus to find out that Reza actually made all those words from the names of the prisoners (which I thought was dumb and smartest thing at the same time). And I knew that was the case, but it wasn't, they didn't even build up a fake tense scene to make us think he's gonna find out. Even in one scene Klaus was personally crossing the names and it didn't lead to anything, so I don't know if the intention was make us believe it would or not, but I'm kinda disappointed that it wasn't.
But you may ask "well if he did find out from the book then the last scene of him in Tehran's airport wouldn't have happened and he would've killed Reza.
Well, I'd say that even though the scene with "Radj" as Tree, that Reza in the beginning said it means "bread" was great, I think it would've been better if Klaus find out about the names and the same things happened to Reza, it would've been a better reason for Klaus to suspect him instead of just a word that has two meanings.
Another problem is the pointless plotline of those two girl and that one soldier guy story that wasn't completely irrelevant to the main plot, but it didn't lead to anything at all.
So I think I rambled a lot about the problems, the main one being lack of emotional investment. But God damn it if the ending wasn't emotional. I think the choice they made with the names was really smart and it was one of the things that actually lead to a beautiful pay off. Even though it was cheesy that everyone tuned around to look at Reza, it was really emotional and well done.
All in all it's a good film and has some good performances. Even though it wasn't personally emotional for me, I know it would be for a lot of people.
Aside from its flaws, it's a well made movie with a good concept and an okay execution with some fillers that could've been cut.
Shadow and Bone: No Mourners (2021)
Well the episode - considering the whole season - isn't bad in itself but it was still underwhelming, the whole show is kinda underwhelming and this episode doesn't do crazy things to top other episodes.
The Fold had so much potential and they could've added some good horror and fantasy elements to the show but they just rather to show us dialogues after dialogues. I know the Volcra are the people that lived in that area, but still, they could've added more monsters and creatures into it and didn't have to be just like the book, and not even considering that, there are still animals and birds in that area right?
They could've showed lots of more creatures but it's just flying monster man from the start to finish. Makes The Fold just uninteresting when you see everything it has to offer just by watching the first episode.
Like is that why people are afraid to go through The Fold? Just some flying creatures? It's not like they shoot fire out of their mouth or anything. Grisha have impenetrable bulletproof Kefta for fck sake, and you're telling me they don't have the material or the metal to make a safe transport vehicle that the Volca can't penetrate?
Or even more, couldn't they send an army just shooting those things and destroy them?
Cause from the look of it, The Fold isn't even that big on map so there couldn't be a lot of people in there to have turned into Volcra.
And if you're saying "read the book dumbass, you'll see why they can't do all those things you said", well I'm not reading the book right? I'm watching the show and it doesn't tell me in 8 episodes why they can't do that. If Jesper can kill five or six Volcra in 10 seconds, what could an army with mini guns do to them?
If they at least showed us more threat and danger inside The Fold than just flying creature dudes, I would've been more worried when our characters went into it.
And so far I would say that one the few things that worked for me was the relationship of Matthias and Nina. It's not a crazy character development or anything, but it's enough to make you like them and care about them. I'm interested to see what they're gonna do with these two in the future. And obviously the gang of the three is also likable and it works.
The main villain tho, it's just your generic "black" bad guy that they at least could've given him more depth in the last episode but they didn't, so the train of clichés just keeps coming. And it was funny seeing Mal fighting and almost winning against this centuries old magic guy. It's like seeing Harley Quinn fighting Vandal Savage and almost winning!
Although it would be interesting to see what he's gonna do next now that he's bringing the Volcra with him outside of The Fold. Maybe they do better in season 2, but I wouldn't hold my breath.
Overall, the season was pretty mediocre and had nothing new to show in this young adult fantasy genre and they didn't even explore their own lore and characters that much. So it's not a show that I would suggest to anyone and say watch this before you die it's amazing! Rather watch it if you have the time it's not that bad, and I'd give a 7.5 or 8 cause it's not horrible, just nothing new to see and a lot of lost potential.
Mortal Kombat (2021)
Just watch Scorpion's Revenge it's way fkin better than this and it has better story and visuals too.
Shadow and Bone: The Unsea (2021)
A Look Into the Past
The opening of this episode takes up back to when Aleksander first created The Fold. It's good that they're showing us this instead of telling, but the problem is, they already told us that he created the fold in episode 5 or 6. It would've made a much more impactful twist to see that The Black Heretic actually created the fold instead of knowing about it beforehand through some exposition.
Also I would've liked to see even before when he created the fold and it looks like they don't have a big scale show budget so they only showed a scene with The Darkling and his lover in the woods, then he goes in the palace and makes the fold with 30 soldiers pointing their guns at him.
Now they could've completely dedicated this episode or even more than 10 minutes to The Black Heretic and it had so much potential to explore his past and give him more characterization but just like the whole show to this point that was mostly cliché, they just went with a simple "oh he lost his lover to his enemies so and he went bananas and learned dark magic and that's his backstory." That's just not enough. So far, characterization is not that great and the potential is there, they're just either too lazy to explore it or they were in a rush, or just needed a bigger budget.
This is why it's not surprising to me that the Amazon's Lord of the Rings show cost them half a billion dollars, cuz they know good sht costs much.
And like I love how they make this world alive and they have their own language and all the lore and names and stuff, you really feel like the world actually exist, but at the same time it just kinda looks like a low budget small scale version of GOT.
Getting to Know the World Better
So, so far I can't give any episodes more than an 8 because nothing "mind blowing" or game changing has happened yet, but we're getting to know the characters better and introduced to some new ones, which is good.
And some interesting journeys have been made by 3 characters that I don't know their history and "real" motivation yet but I like them and root for them.
The pacing still feels a little too quick but I still rather watch an 8 thorough episode than a 24 episode season of fillers and stretched scenes.
Still hoping all these buildups mount to something great.
So far it's an interesting start, kinda seems like they're introducing everything in rush but still somehow feels coherent and keeps me wanting to see what's gonna happens next.
The music is great and the feel of this world is well built with the good quality production. Hope the rest of the season gets better and we get to know the world and its characters better.
Haven't seen a good or interesting show from Netflix in a loooong time since like what, Daredevil season 3?!
Hope it gets better and the writers don't rush anything because Netflix told them to.
Remember, GOT got to the dragons and stuff from season 3 or 4, so it's interesting to see how they're gonna pace the show.
Invincible: We Need to Talk (2021)
I Would've Given it an 11 If I Could!
There are so much mind blowing sht happening in this episode you can't handle. It's the Assault episode of AOT but somehow even crazier, and it's not even the season's finale!!!!
Just a masterpiece of an episode.
The Abyss (1989)
Well, I'm Kinda Disappointed Not Gonna Lie
From the photos I saw of this movie and the decent rating, I was expecting an alien maybe horror movie but this is far from different than I expected.
It's an underwater movie stretched to 3 hours for some reason and you keep waiting to get to the good stuff but it kinda doesn't satisfy?
It takes the film an hour to show something interesting happening and then we see some glimpse of the "aliens" and the other 2 and a half hour of the movie is just drama between human characters, which is not bad in itself but it's a long effing movie and you feel like the payoff wasn't satisfying at the end.
The direction for the most parts is really good and the cinematography and production is awesome, no doubt in that. The acting especially from Ed Harris is really good. But unfortunately, even though the movie is 3 hours long and like the 97% of it revolves around these characters, you don't really care that much about them. Like I'm glad that Liz survived and the resurrection scene was really good, even though it was long, it was one of the better parts of the movie and Ed Harris nailed that scene and made you actually care about Liz. But I think it would've been a bold move if they just let her die and not come back.
I would've even given it a 7 or even an 8 if at the end, the aliens just swept humanity of the face of the earth and ended human race, cause that would've been a cool and logical - from the perspective of the aliens - move and would've made the ending much better, even though the reasoning for their desire to wipe out humans was presented in a really cheesy way and it was more funny than impactful. It was like one of those anti drug PSAs from 90's telling you "hey you see this apple? Don't smoke ok?"
Now about the aliens; So if I got this right, the aliens were observing the humans to see what they do and when the first submarine went down, they started doing all that so humans won't launch a nuke? But wasn't the reason that SEALs guy wanted to launch it, was that the aliens wrecked that submarine in the first place? Or were they already going to nuke Russia and the aliens tried to stop them? Cause what the movie says is that they had no such intentions and things only got ugly between US and Russia when the submarine was destroyed.
And as I mentioned earlier, I would've even give the movie a 7 or more if they wiped the human race, but they didn't.... because of the power of, Love!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
Seriously!? This thing again? Like can't directors come up with something better than "the power of love saves the universe once again. Then everyone gave an standing ovation."?!
It's so cheesy and it ruined the ending.
Bud dying at that cliff at the end of the movie and then rolling the credits wouldn't've even made the movie less satisfying you know why? Because it's two or even three different movies loosely tied together as one movie. You don't even remember about the aliens in this movie cause there's the human parts for the first hour of the movie, then 5 second scene of the alien, again another longer scene with watery alien and then another 2 hours something humans scene and a cheesy 20 minutes of "we didn't kill you cause u said love ya wifey!" The movie doesn't really have coherence and balance between the human parts and the extraterrestrial part. It feels like the writers had these idea of two stories and they tried to make it into one and they barely hit the mark.
The movie doesn't know if it wants to be an alien movie or a underwater humans movie.
And I'm ok with a movie about humans that is 5% alien movie too, as long as you make the humans' story more interesting than this. And it's not fair to say the story of the humans wasn't good, but it wasn't enough and it needed better characterization.
And again, I would give a different cut of the movie an 8 if: 1. Liz did actually died.
2. Aliens' reasoning for wiping out humanity was presented in a less cheesy way 3. Or they actually wiped out humanity 4. A lot of humans stuff mostly the unnecessary ones were cut from it.
All and all, I can't really recommend this movie because you wait 3 hours - and trust me it's a really really long 3 hours - and the payoff isn't that great.
Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008)
Sorry I Really Tried
So the first couple minutes of the movie is actually not that bad but apart from that it's just an awkward mostly unfunny movie trying to be funny but ultimately failing at it. I think the only part I genuinely laughed was the doctor scene.
The editing for some of the parts is kinda weird and I get what the director and the editor were going for, but it just didn't work, like the pacing was weird for the first half and it was like they tried to emulate what other comedies did and failed achieving the same result.
And surprisingly the movie is boring for the most part, I saw a comment on reddit saying this is one of the most fun movies to watch AND rewatch! So I thought it's gonna be a decent comedy but nope, just a mediocre R rated romcom trying to be funny.
It's like they don't make good comedies like The Hangover or the Jump Street anymore and it's a shame.
Kinda disappointed not gonna lie.
Family Guy: Young Parent Trap (2021)
Honestly, How Does This Have a Rating Above 6?!
How is it that when an episode is actually funny and have a decent plot, people give is 5.7 but this one is 8.3?!
The plot wasn't that good, Stewie's parts were pointless and they even forgot to give closure to that pointless plotline. Peter and Lois' plot wasn't interesting and they didn't do any creative or funny thing with it.
Chris and Meg's part was too long and boring and pointless, and guess what, it wasn't funny at all!
I think the only part I laughed was the AirDrop Medical Term one, it was unexpected and funny, but other than that, very mediocre and unfunny episode. Although the african cutaway was a little funny too especially with the Willy Wonka soundtrack, don't know why but the music made it funnier.
I honestly expected more with this one when I saw the rating. Don't know what the other reviews are talking about.
God Damn it I Effing Love this Movie So Much!
I absolutely adore this movie, the world they created, the art style, the MUSIC!
This is one of those movies that I watched when I was a kid on tv and had some memories of it and didn't think of it much and always thought of it as mediocre and meh, but god damn it it's beautiful and I'm mad at myself that I didn't watch it fully and properly till now! It's one of those movies that I had a blast from the beginning to the finish, I just cannot not enjoy this movie.
I honestly don't understand how people can hate this movie, it's really underrated and it's one of those occasions the critics are dead wrong.
Yes, the plot and how writers wrote the narrative has some problems and you could say it's not well executed but if you think about it you'll see that it actually has a really good plot. I'll never understand the hate for this movie.
This movie is just the coolest sht ever! The first movie had more problems and wasn't that great but I'm glad that I watched it before this one to appreciate this masterpiece more. When you watch that before this one, you'll see how much the creators and the director respected the original material and paid homage to it. And you get a better understanding of what Tron is and who Flynn is. But don't worry, this movie was designed so even if you haven't seen the first one you still understand pretty much everything.
One of the Most Fun Movies of the Year
What can I say except I thoroughly enjoyed this movie? I had an ear to ear grin throughout the whole movie.
I really like what Ilya Naishuller has been doing as a director and his last movie Hardcore Henry was amazing too and this one is also a banger!
Choosing Saul as our main protagonist was a wise choice. Bob Odenkirk is awesome in everything he's in.
Story is cliché and predictable but who cares if it's excecated well?
Don't think about it, just watch and I guarantee you're gonna have a good time watching it.
Zack Snyder's Justice League (2021)
At Last, An Actual Coherent Film With A Director Who Cares!
This one actually should've been 5 or 6 hours, and oh look, characters actually have purposes! Flash and Cyborg actually were important to the plot!
And most of all, Cyborg's arc, a tragic character was really well done in this movie, and even though Flash was still a little cringey and his opening origin was unnecessary, he was better in this one and did more things and important things.
Action was awesome and it was obvious there was thought behind it, thought of someone who gives a sht about these characters.
Funnily enough the 1 minute Wonder Woman fight she had at the beginning of the movie was better than the entire WW84!
Nearly everything in this version (this is the original version!) was better than that horsesht Josstice League movie that was sht out in 2017.
Watch it and enjoy it and be grateful of Zack for finishing his vision for the fans, the movie that these characters at least deserved, regardless of what you think about Zack Snyder and DCEU, this movie should have happened.
Inglourious Basterds (2009)
One of the Best
It's actually baffling to me how this movie has a meta score of 69 and Django has 81, not saying Django is not good and doesn't deserve it, not at all. But this movie is better in every way and should have a better score than that movie.
I cannot not enjoy any scene of this film, the dialogue, the music, the acting, the villain, oh my god the villain, what an impactful character and villain, I don't think I've seen a more terrifying and at the same time enjoyable villain than than Hans Landa. Every scene with him is pants-shtingly intense, what a beautiful film and what a beautiful acting from Christoph Waltz.
Seriously? That's it?
I already know with this opinion I'm in the 1% that apparently doesn't praise and worships this anime and I'm gonna get downvoted to hell, but I don't care.
I was intrigued by the premise of this show that it was about time travel and having watched Dark I was excited to see some mind blowing time travel stuff.
That was last year where really pushed myself and tried to watched the show to get to the good stuff, but guess what, 18 episodes later and still haven't reached, so I dropped it and forgot to watch it.
Now after a year I watched the remaining episodes today and all I can say is; is that really it? What was all the fuss about? Why did people praise this show so much? Why in the hell does this show have 8.8 rating and AOT the masterpiece is only 8.9? I was expecting to see something mind blowing and was expecting be better than Dark.
But all I'm seeing is talking, talking, and more talking. The show is so slow and boring that make it's really hard to binge or even watch one episode. And people were saying after 12 episodes it picks up the pace and it will be good, and to be fair there were some decent episodes in there that I don't really remember.
But Jesus H Christ how disappointed and baffled I was with the ending. Like all of these people hype this anime like it's the best thing ever and I was fooled by them. Have you ever seen a time travel movie? Have you seen Dark? How can you give this show a 10 when 70 or 80 percent of the time nothing happens?
I was expecting the finale to at least redeem this show for me but to my surprise it didn't. Wouldn't've made a difference if I didn't start to watch the rest again. Now I'm not saying the finale wasn't bad relative to the whole show. But the hype around this was so big I expected something... not so f ing boring. The rating is a joke.
Super duper disappointed.
The Walking Dead: One More (2021)
I Actually Enjoyed This Episode More Than the Previous Ones!
At this point I would rather watch a spin-off show of these two than the one they're making about Daryl and Carol.
WandaVision: The Series Finale (2021)
Damn That Was Disappointing!
Man this finale was really disappointing, like where are all the X-Men? Where the hell is Mephisto?
I was waiting for Doctor Strange and all the other Avengers to show up and help her when Kang the Conqueror was gonna show up at the end threatening Westview!
Like what happened to introducing X-Men and Fantastic Four in the MCU by this show?
I wanted to see Jimmy and Monica discovering the X Gene and Wolverine hopping in and fight alongside her! And was expecting Deadpool to come up and say some jokes and end the show, that would've been to awesome but looks like Marvel is afraid to try something new and the new phase is gonna be the same as before! It's not my fault that I theorized like crazy every week and forgot that the show is called WandaVision and not "Welcome to the phase 4 where we gonna bring you everything from multiverse and give you everything you want just cuz you had a theory on it".
Yes, I am the same person that said this show is bad and meaningless and trash tv when I saw the first 2 episode and my eyes and ears couldn't handle merely 1 hour of black and white tv and laugh tracks, and now wanting the show to give every F*&%ing thing from multiverse, cuz.... well cause I say it goddamnit! (well obviously /s)
But on the real tho, the finale is good, not amazing but it's well done and fits the show, I get why it's disappointing for people, but that's kinda their own fault for theorizing every little scene? Well other than Pietro, that's a reasonable thing to be disappointed about. I don't really understand how people wanted to this big fight go, like you would've rathered Vision and C*u*m Vision punch each other until one of them is down? I get that you wanted to know where he go, but that's for the movies right? Like that's what you wanted, building it up for the movies like Doctor Strange and such? But no, all of a sudden everyone want every problem in the MCU to get solved in this 40 minute episode.
Other than those crazy theorist that were disappointed cuz their "lovely" theories didn't end up real, I actually am disappointed with how they handled Quicksilver character and were just trolling us, which is kinda understandable for Feige do to (not the trolling part but the xmen situation) as he said they aren't bringing X-Men to the MCU till another 5 years, so it make sense that they won't tackle X-Men till then, so they are gonna do it with proper planning, I mean X-Men are pretty big, I assume that they're gonna introduce them through the movies. Call it boring and formulaic or what not, but this is how MCU have been the most coherent and successful cinematic universe.
Another thing that I was disappointed with was Monica. She's not a bad character per se, but she literally didn't do anything for the third part of the show. The only reason she was here was to tease her for future MCU. Although to be fair she was the one that sparked the whole thing from earlier episodes, but still, it "felt" like she didn't do anything at all.
Another complaint that I have to agree with, is how Wand got away with all the thing she did way easy and had no consequences for them. Like her mistake in Civil War was one of the reasons Thanos won in Infinity War, but here, she is literally knowingly slaving people but she gets nothing for her other than those people mean mugging her lol. (not that they could've done anything to her anyway)
Other than that, pretty solid finale for a pretty solid show.
People forgot this show was called WandaVision, and set their expectations too high and that always backfires. Although I get why people would be disappointed and agree with many of their points, I still enjoyed this finale as I knew pretty much all of theories were wishful thinking and wouldn't happen, I don't blame the people being disappointed and angry with this finale, but I enjoyed it.
Family Guy: Boy's Best Friend (2021)
It's not a 10/10 best episode ever like the other two reviews are saying, but still not bad nonetheless and I like the storyline with Brian and Kyle. Granted there's not many laugh out loud jokes and gags in there but still some nice storylines and such.
But something I don't get with this show is that how it's structured that every time it feels rushed and you're thinking that everything just came to a conclusion suddenly and feel like some things didn't resolve and it should've been longer. I don't know if it's because there are two plotlines in the episodes and they're not given enough time or what, but it's really weird.
It's like a total contrast to American Dad where you similarly have 20 minute episodes but they feel like a thorough and complete episode with a beginning, middle and ending and you feel like you watched a whole episode with a memorable story and scenes, while here it's like "eh yeah, that happened I guess" and you forget about it afterward. And funnily enough, even in the American Dad most if not all the episodes have multiple storylines but 9 out of 10 you still feel like they are given enough time and it doesn't feel rushed and thoughtless.
Shingeki no kyojin: Assault (2021)
I Pity The People Who Haven't Watched This Show
Goosebumps from start to finish. I don't care what anyone says, this is the best Anime out there and one of the best shows in general.
The only problem I had with this episode and the show in general is that it's too short, And it takes a long time to release!!!
La montaña sagrada (1973)
The Hell Did I Just Watch?
Yep, this is the first movie that I genuinely don't know wtf I watched to even rate it a score!
And then people say A Clockwork Orange is weird lmao
(not saying it's bad, not saying it's good, just don't what it was to even rate it)