Some great movies I go into expecting one thing, and when it turns out to be different I find reasons to say I didn't like it. Witness was one of those movies for me. I still haven't screwed up enough courage to give Out of Africa (the same year) another shot.I actually didn't like most of it the first time I saw it as I recall. It seemed largely meandering and self-indulgent. How long can I watch Brad Pitt drive around? It probably is both of those things, but I was wrong about it being boring.
"Eight whiskey sours" is one of my favorite scenes of all time. So good.
Oh, I know. It's a gorgeous score. And I'm sure my 54 year-old self will have much more patience with it than my 19 year-old self did, though I was a pretty sophisticated moviegoer even back then.You should try it - if for no other reason than the fact that part of the soundtrack is included in the background music loop for the Soarin' queue.
I'm constantly amazed at what I'll watch (and enjoy) now, at 43, that wouldn't have interested me in the slightest at 23 or 33.Oh, I know. It's a gorgeous score. And I'm sure my 54 year-old self will have much more patience with it than my 19 year-old self did, though I was a pretty sophisticated moviegoer even back then.
I'm excited Fargo is coming back this weekend.
Same here. This season promises to be quite the challenge, with a couple dozen characters. It's always fun to find the Coen Bros film references, as well as how each season's story relates to the stories of the other seasons.I'm right there with you. Fargo always seems like an "event." It's just so beautifully done, and every episode feels like a mini movie. But the fact that it only has one cinematography Emmy seems almost criminal.
Curious what 'regenerative agriculture' means for your situation. I follow the Terraton Initiative on Instagram and they have some interesting ideas. But I have always wondered how easy it really is to implement big change.It's a documentary, but if you are interested in climate change and it's link with agriculture, Kiss the Ground on Netflix is great.
Side note: as a farmer currently in the process of converting from conventional agriculture to regenerative agriculture, the benefits they show are real, but the switch is also not as simple as they imply.
That's a really bad thing for the movie theatre industry. All that revenue (in normal times) lost for theatres.If you wondered about the future of big-budget films in a post-COVID world, Disney is releasing Pixar's Soul on Disney+ at no additional cost. (A little surprising; it sounded like Mulan didn't do half bad in PVOD sales.)