just saw the movie and wow perfect

andymientusYou guys, we need to talk about An American in Paris. I saw it on Broadway and loved it and just saw it again on tour and I’m freaking out. It is so, so excellent. Adult, sophisticated, moving. I love it because it takes its audience seriously and trusts them to handle REAL dance, REAL scenes, REAL conflict without pandering. That act 2 ballet is so thrilling and so unlike anything I’d expect from a musical based on a movie with a preexisting score. We all know @RySteele is one of the best dancers on Bway but turns out he’s also a beautiful actor and singer who can 100% lead a show. Wow. And there is no greater joy than seeing an old friend be perfect in a role that’s perfect for him. @etaibenson killed me and everyone else. I was totally transported by this company and wept openly several times. The message is so relevant. It’s everything I love about musicals. Please let Christopher Wheeldon direct as many musicals as he pleases. 

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I saw what Cable in Deadpool 2 is gonna look like and the first thing I thought was, "Khat is gonna love this guy."

OMG GURL…DAMN YOU KNOW ME SO WELL XD CAUSE HONESTLY MY POSSI IS SO READY FOR HIM…LIKE I SAW HIS PICS AND LEGIT WENT “DADDY…”…Here I thought only Stephen Lang would’ve been the perfect choice xD but wow JOSH BROLIN XD LIKE I SWEAR I CAN’T WAIT FOR THE MOVIE JUST TO GO WATCH HIM AND COME BACK TO WRITE SOME STUFF FOR HIM CAUSE WOW…I’M SOAKED…

Just Saw PP3

Wow I don’t know what to say right now, the movie was great but didn’t feel like it belonged with the first 2

Basically if you’ve seen all the trailers/promos, you’ve seen the movie(at least that’s what it felt like to me)

I’m gonna have to go watch it again to wrap my head around everything that was going on

And for my Bechloe fix I’m just gonna have to read a ton of fanfiction starting with every one shot by @asweetmelodytrickling

TOP TEN OF 2017, #4: Baby Driver

“This just looks like a mainstream version of Drive,” I stupidly said when I first saw the trailer for Baby Driver. “A young getaway driver who ends up too deep? C’mon, NWR and Ryan Gosling already did this in 2011.”

Holy shit was I wrong.

Maybe it’s cause I hadn’t seen any other Edgar Wright movies at the time. But I was just not prepared for how stylish and slick this movie would be. Seriously, from the first scene, this movie latches on tight and doesn’t let go. Perfect soundtrack, perfect action, perfect directing, and perfect pacing. Baby Driver has it all.

I was so floored by this movie I actually saw it four times. Four times. In the middle of seeing it a third time, I thought to myself “Wow, I can’t wait to see this a fourth time.” There’s just something about this movie’s style that speaks my language, and it gelled perfectly with me. Even the kinda-crappy ending got better and better each time I watched it. In a time when we are bombarded with iconic action films (John Wick, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Mad Max, hell, even Hardcore Henry), I truly believe Baby Driver will stand out as one of the best and most defining of this generation.