I understand what Edgar Wright tried to do, but I could not help but feel that this story would have been more intersting if it were less horror focused and more of a straightforward mystery with flashbacks.
I don't remeber the last time i was on the edge of my seat watching a documentary, maybe because i didn't focus on this story when it happened back then in 2018, and the surprise factor did help.
it's a shame that netflix didn't want to stream and passed on this project, what a great documentary that i think will win the oscar this year.
I cannot think of any other movie that portray "Illegal Immigration" better than "Journey Of Hope", extremely powerful and Realistic, Moving, Sad, and Unforgettable....What an Underrated Gem. i Highly recommend it.
I had this film in my watchlist for a very long time, i don't know why i kept on pushing it for so long, Anyway "Ondskan" is one of the best Swedish Films i've seen, and it's a must-see for anyone who's into profound depiction of possible real life events rather than superficial Hollywood Nowadays Garbage.
Oh my god The Thrill I got watching this Documentary series is Priceless i was on the edge of my seat the entire 11 Hours Runtime, the only downside to this show that it is biased to one side, but then again it is what it is.
Damn, how did i miss this one for so long, The Storyline was Thrilling and had me on the edge of my seat the entire time, if you love Tarantino Films check this one out, and one more thing the Soundtrack is so Goood.
The Best Epic Film Ever : Barry Lyndon
The Best Science Fiction Film Ever : 2001 A Space Odyssey
The Best Film About Violence Ever : A Clockwork Orange
The Best World War 1 Film Ever : Paths of Glory
The Best Vietnam War Film Ever : Full Metal Jacket
The Best Horror Film Ever : The Shining
The Best Dark Comedy/Cold War Film Ever : Dr. Strangelove
This Without any Shadow of a Doubt Makes him one of the Best Filmmakers Ever if not The Greatest of Them All.