I just saw it a few days ago, and I thought it was really challenging. To think that this was a capeshit universe film is very interesting for many reasons, not the least of which is its amazing plausibility of narrative, while at the same time being so open-ended and open to interpretation. Did any of the film even happen? I think it could be argued that it didn't - that this was just the daydream of someone in a mental asylum, and the comical "Benny Hill" ending - where he ran through the doorways avoiding pursuit, *but in slow motion* as opposed to the fast-motion of the traditional depiction, was just phenomenal.
A legitimately excellently made, excellently acted, excellently directed, excellently designed movie. High points for set design/location, lighting, cinematography, and even the music had highlights. That this was a movie centered around a "comic book villain" and was done in this way is nothing short of incredible.
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>>1679>>1680>tfw no mom to watch movies with
Where do I get one?