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So people's first criticism of "Heat" will be that it's maybe too long and meandering, which is true to an extent. I still think that the high points of this movie make up for any of its slower parts big time, along with some killer performances. Pacino admitted that his character is supposed to be on coke the whole movie, and De Niro's character is a former Marine if you watch closely. These little nuances make "Heat" awesome. The bank robbery scene is legendary, and was even used by the USMC to teach recruits about combat tactics. I'm a former infantry Marine, so of course I think that's badass. This movie is a must-see if you like action/mob/crime movies.
"Midsommar" was an experience. I'd say it lacks the sense of dread that "Hereditary" had, but it's a better movie. The movie is made to feel almost hallucinogenic, and I actually didn't find it as shocking as some apparently have, but it still made me say what the fuck more than a few times. I really liked the ambiguous ending, which should probably inspire discussion if you see this movie with anyone else.
It's just a cult classic. My Mexican homies in the Marine Corps made me watch this movie, and I've been quoting it ever since. It has Billy Bob Thornton as a white supremacist, and a lot of violence and hard to watch stuff. You're either gonna love it or hate it, for a lot of reasons. Vatos locos por vida!
If you don't like this movie, you're an a-hole. It's just a fun, silly, arbitrary feel-good movie.
This movie had a few funny moments, but it's like Get Hard, Night School, or Escape Plan in that there are two stars put together that deserve a better movie. Really, only so much could be done with this generic premise.