The Good Place
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Not really the great dud of Hitchcock's career as common consensus would have you think. It's all watchable enough and some of his earlier efforts are much worse than this trust me. It's fine.
This is a good watch and the achievement is incredible but Honnold is a very unique character and a tough nut to crack. In 'The Dawn Wall' Caldwell is such an engaging and likeable character that you are so on board with his dream. Here, I found because Honnold is such a cold, detached person I could only ever look at the achievement in the same way. Will still have your palms sweating uncontrollably though!!
An interesting insight into the complete collision between 21st Century feminism and out of time traditional customs. I never massively engaged with the film but it's a powerful message and will resonate with many I'd imagine.
Pretty average and very, very sub-Hitchcockian. It's all very implausible, maybe it's supposed to be a parable, but if it is it didn't work for me.
This is a dreadfully dull documentary, why on earth Theroux thought this was worthy of being made into a feature film I have no idea, it would have been stretched as a normal 1 hour episode. All the way through Theroux seems far more intrigued and interested by Scientology than anyone else involved and indeed us the viewer. All churches/religions are a bit weird, playing creepy music while they stand their filming you, filming them doesn't give anything you say any greater gravitas. A real, real dud.