This docu shows us the ramification for not taking a 'NO' for an answer. Billy is an apotheosis of being blind positive, overly ambitious and super greedy. The storytelling is great because of the rollercoaster ride of emotion from the preparation, to the excruciating scene on the event itself up the aftermath. I felt sad for those who work with the festival especially the Jamaicans who work almost a whole day to construct the place where the guest were suppose to stay to later found out that they wont get a single penny for their hardwork. So I cant blame them for chasing the organizers like a famished zombie. ( This part of the docu is kinda exciting to watch hahahaha ). Even if he already sentenced, he really has an obdurate behavior by using the email list from the unfortunate Fyre attendees offering too-good-to-be-true passes to Met Gala and Taylor Swift Meet and Greet.This docu give us to be cognizant to this kind of people to avoid being conned.
Such an iconic horror movie. I really appreciate some thrilling camera captions such as the twin kids in the hallway and that elevator spilling bloods or red-colored water I guess that's where Beyonce ( or the creator ) got the idea of a door spilling water in the HOLD UP music video. The only thing that I find it funny is the last part where the psycho protagonist died in the midst of the icy maze garden ( perfect image for a hilarious memes ).
Another great psycho-thriller-suspense movie. I'm flabbergasted that its categorized as dark comedy. I guess his in-depth skin care routine scene is funny on how he's uber-vain or that scene where his secretary asked him who's TED BUNDY, w/o her knowing that her boss is planning to kill her but didn't happen. But I guess the gory, body scene and the protagonist's behavior makes this movie more suitable to be categorized as Psycho-Suspense Thriller. So astounding to watch the cast like Rene Whinterspoon, Jared Leto and Chloë Sevigny ( Russian Doll ). The ending part is mindblowing because of its unpredictability. I guess that's the reason why Im into psycho thriller movies and shows.
Sleeping inside a dead horse is the most outrageous but effective idea to survive the harsh winter storm 🐴🗡️🛌😱. Leonardo Di Caprio gives a stellar performance as Hugh Glass which undoubtedly snagged the coveted Best Actor Award from Oscar which the whole world celebrated with him after numerous snubs from the prestigious award giving bodies for movies. Also, Tom Hardy gave us a convincing portrayal of John Fitzger, the antagonist who killed Hugh's adopted son and left him to death. Im even flabbergasted that it was Tom after the roll credits. He really looks like a different person esp that accent 🙌👌👍👏. Its a great story of vengeance and survival. I love the last part where Hugh didnt kill John but instead let the Indian tribe to do it. Its giving us a visual example of how the karma will do the job on taking care of those who did bad to you.
I've been wanting to watch this eversince it was promoted with All Saint's Pure Shore as the OST doing the early 2000s.I guess this movie is the reason why there's a high percentage of foreign travel beggars in Thailand, hahahaha.Very inspiring to travel solo and explore the beaches. Tilda Swinson, my favorite actress is also here. The message that the movie is trying to convey is the false idea of what we thought is paradise.