Good choice. I wouldn't mind going to see this again alone.
I saw it with a friend and his gf and I don't know either of them well. Surprisingly it was still a great experience. The sex scenes were a little awkward though.
Sure they'll put Blanchett in for Lead and Roo in for Supporting.
Anyway, I loved it. The cinematography, score and acting were brilliant; Blanchett is surely one of the best actors alive although Rooney was also great. The ending was also fantastic; all the more emotional for how downplayed it was
Meh, it's kind of like a junior oscar. Lead is where it's at though. She should get one if she keeps putting out the performances.
I actually thought the score was one of my favourite aspects of the movie, it was pretty pervasive though so if you didn't like the music I could see how it could be distracting.
an earlier movie by Haynes called Safe has almost no scenes at all set to a score
>you will never a qt Rooney or a saucy cougar Blanchett
yes, it's incredible.
I think Haynes is one of the 3 or 4 best directors in America currently and every single thing he's made is amazing. If you haven't seen I'm Not There and Far From Heaven prepare yourself for those too.
But yeah, Mildred Pierce is great and the book it's based on is too.
Hey, thanks for the review. I'll check it out.
>you will never be a young qt seduced by an older woman
really really loved it. was surprised actually, going into it i was expecting nothing, maybe even to not like it but i was floored. i've since seen it three times, gets better every time.
rooney is also clearly the lead and clearly better/best.
tfw Carol wasn't made with RoonRoon and a CGI Roman Holiday era Audrey Hepburn
Any tips for first-timers, with anxiety and stuff? I actually missed the Hateful Eight and wasted my ticket because as soon as I got up to the theater and saw all the couples and groups I immediately turned around and biked back home.