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Another surreal film by Luis Bunuel skewering upper-crust mores. Like many of his films, it gets under your skin and you don't have to understand it to appreciate it.
An upper-middle class couple whose lives are too easy create drama in search for some excitement. I feel like this was one of the more honest films (or TV miniseries) I have seen, reminiscent of The Best Years of Our Lives in how it deals with its human subjects' real problems. As despicable as I found the Johan character, I could somehow relate to him in an uncomfortable way, which I found fascinating. Ingmar Bergman once again proves he's a master of dialogue.
It is hard to make a war movie that doesn't glorify war because war is exciting by its nature. Jarhead mostly succeeds though by portraying the intense preparations for a short war (Operation Desert Storm) and showing the men are mostly bored and are more likely to die than do anything heroic.
This was a movie I'd avoided for a long time (Kevin Costner, baseball, '80s). I've finally seen it and it is a beautiful film that draws on deep-seated ideas from human psychology to create a satisfying story of a grown man's personal journey.
Pet Semetary has a creepy idea and delivers some scares, but it is also unintentionally silly at times. Entertaining, overall.