Yenserl6099 OP t1_j6na4cm wrote

It was definitely a little difficult because up until maybe about a year or so ago, I didn't really think all that critically about movies outside of whether or not I liked it. But as I've gotten older, I've been more analytical of the movies I've watched and that's led to an even greater admiration of filmmaking

And I actually did not watch the first Avatar in theaters. When it came out, I was only like 9 or 10, and when you're that age, you don't really have the money or the means to go to the theater without your parents. And when it comes to something like Avatar, my parents are an automatic pass on that.


Yenserl6099 OP t1_j6n8ipp wrote

Thanks! I can definitely see why some people wouldn't like La La Land, but for me, the music was nice and catchy and the performances and the cinematography was phenomenal. But that's the neat thing isn't it? Not every movie is for every one and that's okay. If every one liked all the same movies, then life would be boring.