The Good Place
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Funny, sad, and powerful film about the most entertaining cog in our entirely broken system. I need to see Red Scorpion.
A film about olde time religion, complete with the best Satan you'll ever see and enough period language to fully immerse you into a world so alien and yet so common. I loved it.
A film that is blunt yet never beats you on the head, explicit yet also leaves the core issues unsaid. It is better upon reflection.
The film has a strange feel. The acting is mostly good, but Gallagher seems to be taking the end of the world quite well. In general, this one is surprising, at times awkward, but the whole is more effective than the parts. Goodman is at his very best and that is always good.
Listen to the most insipid French accent and then think of all the great French actors they could have hired. Visually good, but like anything Zemeckis after the 1980s, devoid of real warmth.