Exploding. Ninja. Heads.
The film’s position in pop culture does nothing to deny its power and depth.
Borders on something transcendental and spiritual.
It feels like the entire movie was building up to this one moment.
It’s a beautiful, even haunting film, and its closing credits sequence is especially powerful.
The first time I realized that profound, even spiritual truth could be conveyed via post-modern, pastiched-up, obscenity-laden pop culture.
Despite using simple practical effects, the resulting scene is no less magical and haunting.
A little messy in places due to its ambitions, but it still works in all sorts of beautiful and mysterious ways.
You can make money with films that deliver both adrenaline-soaked fights and chases as well as smart, challenging stories.
A fleeting, ephemeral image.
The Incredibles is my favorite Pixar movie.
It’s easy to see why Scott would consider Blade Runner to be his most complete film.
Filled with boundless creativity, joy, and a child-like wonder at the simplest and seemingly most mundane of things.
To attempt to come up with a more detailed plot synopsis is sort of beside the point, and to be honest, I don’t even know if it’s possible.