I also like the ending that's not a typical Hollywood happy ending but extremely selfish and morally flexible "happy" ending.
I hate to repeat myself but Seconds is, once again, a film that feels like elongated episode of The Twilight Zone.
I'd really wish that these "intelligent" scifi films would work harder to make their worlds intelligent.
The House That Jack Built 5/15/19
I don't personally get all the fuss around the film (like why was this NC-17 worthy) but I do applaud von Trier for breaking some taboos.
Minority Report 5/09/19
The whole going nation-wide plan is weird; the three precogs are sold as unique individuals meaning they should already see crimes nation-wide if the project would be able to expand (yet in the end they live in recluse so that they don't get their annoying previsions).
Liquid Sky 5/05/19
It doesn't match the mood of the rest of the film and it feels like unneeded explanation to ensure that every viewer gets what's going on.
The Ruthless 4/21/19
It's like a collection of gangster tropes randomly scattered on film with nothing to say.