This whole movie I had my doubts that it could rock the house. "Linklater doing a weird lil combo of 'Certified Copy' and 'Le Rayon Vert?' I don't think it's working! I don't think it's gonna rock the house!" That's what I'm saying to myself. But then what happens? IT GOES AND ROCKS THE HOUSE
Seeing Celine and Jesse spend so much time interacting with others is uncomfortable for the viewer. When they're finally alone, it's as if they must each relearn who the other is...a brilliant depiction of the ways in which the outside world can seem to drive a wedge between couples when romance is no longer the word of the day. The back half is sheer perfection. There is no truer love story in all of cinema.
3 / Bitter. The trilogy is highly consistent, psychologically speaking. I'm curios about the screenplay & real origins of characters. But I don't think anymore, now less than ever, the trilogy is on love and couple life, but mainly about romantic fantasizing, mental suffering, hysteria (maybe grande hystérie), masochism, destiny neurosis (quite characteristic for many sentimental relations, as a matter of fact).
8/10 (01. 08. 2017). and one more ten years. a very very very very natural amazing dialogues. we know all trilogy and it's so magic to see lifes and couples, actors in different years but more important another one thing - i've never seen second or third part of full story that can be stronger than first. because of it, after the second one i had some doubt. but know... and yeah, Celine doesn't deserve Jessey.
Not really good. I remember the dialogue about not sinking yourself too deep in romantic love, because friends and works are as important. I also agree about being two different person as a couple instead of attaching each other into one entity. The fights were signing a toxic, turbulent relationship, but that's what truly happen in this type of relationship anyway.