Also what happened in Thailand yesterday (or in other countries countless times before) should be the reason Joker shouldn't win Best Picture.
Boo this man!!!The 90min movie format has been increased to almost 120min. Almost.
Like I said, I have not watched a single movie produced in 2019. I haven't. And I'd have to really think If I've watched a movie produced in 2018. If I have that number is lower than 5.
In the meantime I have read 10 or so books (kind of a low for me) since 2018 but I have started listening to audiobooks since I can do that at work, when I'm cooking and when I'm driving. I have listened to about 50 audiobooks over the last year. An audiobook is usually 15 hours on the low end and sometimes 80+ hours at the high end, but I'd say most I listen to are 18-24 hours. A few of the books I've listened to have been made into a television series. They take ~20 hours of audiobook and make ~10 hours of TV series, and they have to cut important parts of the stories to do so.
Yet many 120min movies are based on books.
I'm just not a fan.
If short movies were 3hrs and long movies were 5hrs+, I could see being a fan.
You want to bust my balls over the 90min movie format (which is now often a 110min movie) because I called the 90min movie format what it is even though they are a bit longer nowadays? Okay.
They suck either way.
And people complaining because a movie was "slow" or "boring" because it actually tried to do this stupid thing called character development and have a coherent plot? Yeah, well, good thing you have Hollywood to make **** movies for you to eat up like jolly ranchers while you think you're eating a ****ing porterhouse.
I watched 3 Extremes for the first time like ten or fifteen years ago along with Audition, quite the double (quadruple?) feature lol.I remember liking Mother although it's been a while and I can't remember a single thing about it.. need a re-watch.
Really enjoy Chan-Wook Park films. Thirst is a fav of mine. The other day I watched a movie called Three...Extremes. it features three horror stories by Park(Korean), Takashi Miike(Japanese), Fruit Chan(Chinese). Highly recommend that one.
The Wailing, Train to Busan are good korean ones.
That felt like the longest speech ever, and something's wrong with that ladies face, too much work doneJesus, Renee, please stfu. No one cares.
I feel like he is intelligent and his message was good, but at several points he lost me (what's the thing about milking cows?), not the best speech giverPhoenix's speech was one of the best I've ever heard ANYWHERE not just at the Oscars.
I think he's saying when we talk about race, we're saying 1 race dominates other races and it shouldn't be that way... he's drawing the same parallel to human wanting to dominate over the natural world and whether we should do that as we are experiencing all these climate change impact caused by human.I feel like he is intelligent and his message was good, but at several points he lost me (what's the thing about milking cows?), not the best speech giver
The Wailing became great for me when I watched a video explaining all the spiritual stuff that happened at the end of the movie... you kinda needed to know that stuff to understand it.The Wailing was fantastic as well, even if it was really long and a lot surely went over my head.
I knew all that and it was still weird lol good movieThe Wailing became great for me when I watched a video explaining all the spiritual stuff that happened at the end of the movie... you kinda needed to know that stuff to understand it.
Come off it. Parasite fully deserved the awards it received on its merits alone. Fantastic film. I'd argue it's Bong's best and I've seen all of them.Yeah more of a Lifetime Achievement Award for him to me... good on him though.
I watch tons of Korean movies, as some of you may be aware, but my wife hates horror movies so I ended up missing the above two (I've seen Audition tho).I watched 3 Extremes for the first time like ten or fifteen years ago along with Audition, quite the double (quadruple?) feature lol.
The Wailing was fantastic as well, even if it was really long and a lot surely went over my head.
Welp, looking back after the fact, I didn't do too bad placing Parasite 3rd.. 1917 probably didn't have enough acting and The Irishman was more or less Casino 2.0 for Scorsese and the Academy was probably looking for something more fresh... good to see them being more progressive in that way.Mine would be as follows.
- The Irishman
- Marriage Story
- Once Upon a time in Hollywood
- JoJo Rabbit
- Ford v Ferrari