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Are You Lonesome Tonight?
3 people found this review helpful
Feb 11, 2022
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Overall 9.5
Story 9.0
Acting/Cast 10
Music 9.0
Rewatch Value 9.0
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This is my first review so please don’t judge me.

Lately i’ve been in a drama slump, everything i start is just not it. This movie, however, gave me hope.

First of all i want to talk about how visually pleasing it is. The over all use of warm tones throughout the whole movie is so pleasing to look at. It’s nothing new or what other movies haven’t done before but they executed it so well. Like the first ‘Twilight’ movie did or my all time favourite ‘Blade Runner 2049’.
The next thing is they don’t talk much. They let the viewer see and only when needed hear. What i’ve seen lately in crime/thriller/whatever dramas they think you’re so dumb that you can’t figure out a little tiny thing for yourself so they show you from the beginning everything. Here they show you piece by piece what really happened shortly before and after the accident. And you have until the end of the movie still time to speculate, even though it is pretty obvious but we talk about that in a minute.
I have to praise the acting. Like it was sooo damn good. No unnecessary screaming, no overacting and no boring facial expressions.
The plot was good but nothing you haven’t seen before. Sometimes you can predict what happens next but for me that wasn’t a problem because i really was captured by the psychological side of the plot. I can’t put it into words but i think through the lack of words spoken and the action shown by the main character i felt his guilt and how he thought he could deal with it.
So all in all 9.5 out of 10.

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