I got really high and then went and saw Mother! and it was pretty fucked.
I know some people didn't like it.... But somthing about the movie, the non stop "ticking" in the background, the super tight cockpit view fighter dogfight.... It just had me so tense the whole movie.
Definitely going to see Get Out. The crowd reactions were a huge part of the fun.
Watching Baby Driver was the most fun I've had in a cinema ever I think. Plus driving home after, with the soundtrack on added a whole other layer of fun. Just wish Tequila wasn't the song i got stuck in my head
*Good Time*. It was a hot summer day, I had just come back into town after two weeks away. I didn’t know quite what to expect, so the opening scene threw me for a bit of a loop, and then that title card just blasted onto the screen and the air conditioning in the theater kicked in at the same time. It was a pretty transcendent moment that setup the thrill ride the rest of the film would be quite well. I haven’t been able to stop talking about this movie since and I suspect I never will.
Logan, in regards to the relationship between him and Xavier, because it reminded me of the last time I saw him before passing away.
And then the last of the Apes movie. It surely had its share of flaws, bur goddamn it's been a while since I saw a proper epic film.
Disaster Artist with a sold out crowd opening night, no one on their phone, no one having conversations throughout, every quiet and captivated and laughing in synchronicity.
The Shape of Water was another wonderful experience, the entire audience stayed captivated and silent the entire time.
Happy Death Day was the worst movie going experience as one girl and her friends were literally snapchatting the entire time and when i asked them to atthe very least stop talking and turn the flash off, they directed their snapchat towards me so I had to move seats.
The Florida Project was also a horrendous movie going experience because of two old ladies sitting a few rows behind me who were whispering about their kids soccer games and field trips throughout most of the movie. At the end, they started discussing "where was that slut's parents?" "Nothing happened in that movie" "lets go to subway and get dinner and try to salvage this night" "I'm sorry you had to sit through that horrible movie"
IT. Packed theater, but everyone was so into the movie that it made it more enjoyable. We all jumped and laughed together. Fucking love a horror film with good comedic timing.
Blade Runner 2049. I went with my Dad who introduced me to the original and also that movies score and cinematography is stunning.
I saw Star wars opening night in a sold-out local theater, it was a blast. Having the crowd really into the movie made it even better.
Three Billboards stands out to me as another great experience. Went with a buddy with no expectations going into it, except knowing it was well-reviewed and came out with it being one of our favorite movies of the year.
Star Wars is always fun on opening night. Also Disaster Artist on opening night was a lot of fun too.
**The Shape of Water** was my favorite movie going experience this year.