Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Dog with a Blog, Mar 21, 2019.
Starring: Jimmy Fails, Jonathan Majors, Danny Glover, Tichina Arnold
hmmmmmmmmmm looks good
I don’t recognize the cinematographer’s name but it looks damn pretty
Likely seeing this on Monday
Cannot wait. My sister saw it last night and loved it and our opinions tend to align so I’m stoked
About to watch in an hour, evidently there's gonna be some humor to this as well. ok then
Want to see this
This was certainly different
In a good or bad way?
Definitely more good
The more I think about it, the higher it grows in my opinion. There's a warmth to this that I haven't seen in too many recent films
I think I loved this?
I was worried for a second that perhaps it was getting too cutesy during the play scene but that was quickly brought back down to reality.
Just a beautiful love letter to SF and really made me nostalgic for that city. I’ll need to see it again.
I almost felt as if I was watching a painting come to life, if that makes sense. It transcends traditionally storytelling in such a bizarre way that it’s sort of hard for me to put my finger on it. The whole thing is an incredibly surreal adventure that seems to take place outside of reality but it never felt too confused or far fetched.
Cool perspective! Loved how beautifully shot it was. I loved the acting, score, and the friendship between the two main actors as well.
This is as heartwarming as the film
Joe Talbot's Strange Journey
What a strange film. It feels so.. slippery, like I was constantly at some distance from it (which, I think, is partially the point given the relationship between Jimmie and Montgomery. It's definitely beautiful, a lot of the cinematography brought to mind Barry Jenkins and Beale Street (especially the head on/portrait shots). I don't think I loved it though. It is very affecting, and it really won me over by the end (from
Kofi's murder and onward was particularly great), but I'm still sort of struggling with my feelings towards it as a whole piece.
God, I loved this. My favorite movie of the year so far by a mile.
“You don’t get to hate it unless you love it.”
Wow, this was great. One of my favorite movies of the year for sure. Everything about it was beautiful.
This wrecked me, such a warm film. Absolutely loved it.
I hope more people see this now that it's on Prime. Still one of my favorites of 2019 and one of the most tender films I've seen in a while.
Good to know it’s on Prime. Will definitely check this out soon
i cant stop thinking about this.