The Power of the Dog is a slow burn drama about life, love, loneliness, covering also themes like grief, resentment, jealousy, and sexuality.
The visuals on this movie are very well done, from locations, to angles, to close-ups, you name it, the cinematographer did it flawlessly. The acting is great, Benadryl Cucumbersnitch plays a great role (as he usually does). In other news, Kirsten Dunst got so old she could play again in Spider-Man, playing Aunt May, Kodi Smit-McPhee grew up (yep, he’s the little kid in The Road), discount Matt Damon got fat, but at least got his first Oscar nomination. Jokes aside, all of them gave excellent performances and really deserve their nominations
This movie has got TWELVE Oscar Nominations, including for best picture, and it seems it’s favourite to win most of them, and well-deserved, I might add. It would have been six popcorns, but because of the slow burn, it gets only five.
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