I'm totally not into animated movies, but Mononoke is probably the one I like best, I could actually enjoy it.Some movies I (re)watched recently:
Princess Mononoke (1997) - masterpiece by Miyazaki, and probably one of the best animated movies ever. The music, the characters, the raw nature, everything is perfect.
Closer (2004) - decent dramedy with some stunning performances, inespecially by Natalie Portman.
Phantom Thread (2017) - P. T. Anderson's best in my opinion, with an incredible Daniel Day-Lewis. Masterpiece.
Lost Highway (1997) - or you love Lynch or you hate him. Well, I love him. One of his finest works with a great soundtrack!
I watched "The Last Thing He Wanted", but maybe I will have to see it again (in German this time), because I'm not sure what to think about it. I enjoyed it in a weird way. Ben Affleck has put on quite some weight to have this "physical presence" now, but he was really good, subtle and clear at the same time. Anne Hathaway was decent and I liked her looks in this movie, very authentic. Dafoe was great, as is to be expected. Then there was Carlos Leal as a gimmick, which I enjoyed! although it was the smallest of roles. The atmosphere, setting, costumes, music were nice and fitting.
The story itself, based on a novel by Joan Didion, about a journalist who gets involved in arm deals in Costa Rica, was not really spectacular, but, due to screenplay and editing, presented in an "interesting"/ weird way. Foreseeable, yet chaotic - I just never knew what I was to get as a viewer and what not. Even in the end I did not really know who was on which side and why and why they were suddenly there and for how long they had been there. Some moments were really slow, other pieces just cut out.
There's an over-done voice-over at the beginning and the end.
Yeah, really don't know what to make of this... in one moment I even thought an accident or something most have happened during shooting so that they had to leave out some scenes that were planned - but then I realized it was meant to be that way. Maybe they just did not want to tell this story in a conventional way, but did not really know how else to.