If Greeks invented it, Americans perfected it. The craft of the story.
There’s a particular genre that must be defined, the Great American Tale, linking Frank Capra to Robert Zemeckis. The Founder sits effortlessly in between, due to the story’s main character typology (underdog winner takes it all through shrewd wits and persistence). Michael Keaton is on top of his comeback since Birdman and simply commands the pictures he acts in. The script works the beats like magic and even if you feel them coming from miles away, they’re delicious to consume in their perfect timing and force of persuasion. I’m a 5 year old vegetarian but I just can’t quit a large plate of American cinema.