Winners are indicated. I got 16/24. Pretty good, if I may say so myself.
Now with a poll for a quick response!
It’s the rise of the machines as romantic dramedy, and the Singularity as romantic tragedy. It’s the nicest, gentlest sci-fi horror film ever.
Bursting with insanely engaging characters who are impossibly real and impossibly ridiculous whose stories you don’t ever want to end.
I don’t even care what it’s about, I’m there.
Towers with ambition, swelled by sweeping philosophies about power and presence on scales both planetary and personal, beautifully balanced by a wellspring of wry tragedy.
With links to my reviews. I’ll be adding reviews of the last few films I haven’t yet covered between now and the Oscars.
Poor Clint Eastwood! He’s a Gran Torino old coot in a Moneyball world…
If you didn’t know that Jack Kerouac’s novel was a seminal influence on postwar America, you would never, ever guess it from this lifeless, soulless, pointless adaptation.
Clint Eastwood does Moneyball in reverse. Except it’s funny cuz he’s an old geezer who doesn’t know how to pronounce feng shui.