Full Movie Reviews
Manuel Josh Rivera
Manuel Josh Rivera - wrote on 03/02/2019
It's Such a Beautiful Day or: How Everything Will Be OK and I Am So Proud of You.
The film is actually three short films molded into one. But it flows so well as one movie. It tells its story with such importance and sympathy.
Early in the film, Bill recognizes that his routine (which he finds so strange) is his life. Any deviation of his routine is actually strange because its not the norm. It’s this terrible recognition of what life is really like.
Bill shows signs of depression early on. Lack of sleep, loss of interest in what once made him happy, a stagnant inability to do anything, etc.
It’s hard to describe depression to someone who doesn’t experience it on a regular basis. And even if they do, it’s still hard to describe because everyone has their own shade of …
Matthew Brady - wrote on 08/23/2015
"You are forgiven".
It's Such a Beautiful Day is directed by Oscar wining Don Hertzfeldt, has the story is split into three chapters of are main character's life. The main character is called Bill, who's memory is slowly failing and has Absurdism visions. This 62 minute film takes you the viewer on a journey inside this mans daily life and he's past. While watching the movie I quickly noticed that the stick man character Bill was a bit like me in some scenes, for example: he makes up people in his head that don't exist in real life just because everyone around him feels the same, just like me when I was younger. Bill is also awkward to be around and he's not sure about everything really. Straight away Bill is already an interesting character that I understand him deeply as a person. …