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A film about the importance of life. Such an interesting premise of a man who realizes he's a character in a book. I wasn't sure where this movie was gonna go and I was very happy with how it turned out. I think this may be Will Ferrell's best performance showing that's he not a one more comedic actor. Emma Thompson was really great as well she was so good at playing someone who is going through a lot and suffering with addiction with just her slight moments of sucking on the tip of the pen I thought was a really nice touch. Hoffman who I've been watching a lot of lately doesn't really do too much here pretty much just sleepwalking through his role especially after seeing him in midnight cowboy where he's at his peak. It's a movie with a great premise and it's executed very well.
it's a really well done comedy especially the climax it's so perfect and ties all the loose ends together In such a brilliant way. Having all the side characters watching The soap opera and all getting the reveal at the same time was so well done. Also the cast is incredible with Dustin Hoffman practically playing two different characters and the side characters played by Jessica Lange, Bill Murray and Geena Davis. Jessica Lange is a very underated actress who deserves to be In more things. Bill Murray playing a more subdued role then his previous roles but he has some great comedic moments like his reaction to the climax of the film. My only issue is that it seems to drag a bit in the second act but the last act really picks up the pace.
A heartbreaking film that is a must see for every generation. I think that younger generations myself included don't have a good idea of what the holocaust was really like and I think this film reminds people of the horrors that happened during that event. It also tells a wonderful story of a man who went against the authority to help safe 1,200 people and when he broke town saying he wish he could save more towards the end it really was a heartbreaking scene. I wish evryone would watch this even though the runtime of 3 hours and 15 minutes might be a little too long for some people it's worth your time.
Might be my favorite of the year! Super funny and relevant the perfect comedy for 2019. It's like a progressive version of Superbad. Which means it won't be for everybody but I thought it was fantastic. It was super funny almost every scene was hilarious. It was also super emotional and had a nice balance. I will say Billie Lourd who I've been a big fan of lately was my favorite character. It was also super well directed with some amazing shots one of my favorite being the pool scene and that party in general had some really great moments. Check this one out it's amazing. Im also graduating in like a month so it was kinda cool having this take place around the same time.