Enjoyed Good Time but didn’t think it was the wild original film a lot of reviews seemed to suggest. It’s pretty similar in tone and execution to You Were Never Really Here which is a far superior film.
The OPN score is great musically, but I felt it sometimes overpowered the film and I often felt more like I was watching a music video for a new Oneohtrix album then a film. R-Patz is good but I’ve always rated him as an actor regardless .A few really good standout scenes - the dye bomb exploding, the backstory to the guy from the hospital, the aerial shot of the chase in the streets and him falling to his death.
Cringed horrifically when they poured the acid in to Barkhad Abdi’s mouth, that’s basically my nightmare
The volume at the Curzon Bloomsbury was far too low, usually would get up to complain but would have to squeezed past so many people and the projector itself to tell staff. Really annoying considering how pricey it is there.