No, they caught some flack for that, so there are accents this time.
Ahhhh, good point. Though I’ll desperately save face by insisting that part three isn’t a late entry!
I think he knew? The video included with the entry gets into how he was having nightmares leading up to the day they shot it.
Good catch. Fixed.
We’re following the rule we use every year for best-of lists, which is looking at American theatrical releases; the idea is that if the AVC were making best-of-the-year lists in 1998, this is what ours might look like. And it’s mentioned in the opening graph. Anyway, what could possibly be the harm of directing people…
He gets a few good scenes. It’s definitely a supporting role, but they let him fight here and there, and he’s pretty good when he’s not fighting, too.
Yeah, there’s tons to talk about with this one. A movie jam-packed with ideas.
Guys, we have feelings.
Or you could look here.
I think you should. It will be commiserative, I reckon, and is also built on a pretty sweet father-daughter dynamic.
It’s a great song, and almost made the cut. But I couldn’t make room for four Clarity tracks, and I think the three included instead are stronger.
I couldn’t find an organic way to mention it in the review, but yeah, it’s bullshit that this movie is rated R. If you’re 13, you should be able to go see a thoughtful film about something close to your life, even if it has a few curse words in it—and even if you probably *won’t*.
Funny, I liked it way less when it was called that.
Wait, where in this review do I imply that revisionist Westerns are a new thing? The first sentence does almost the exact opposite: I wouldn’t suggest that an expression had *become* redundant if you couldn’t identify a time when it wasn’t—like, yes, the 1950s, when there were revisionist Westerns but also plenty that…
Tap-dancing around spoilers here: I see your point, but I thought the *way* that exposition was delivered, so comforting and with the speaker unseen, was chilling. Keeping in mind who he/she/they are talking to, I thought it was a really creepy way to handle it.
I’ll answer: Very few people participate. Really.
Thanks for reading!
*Almost* made the cut. Consider it #26.