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Katok i skripka (1961)
Great start for Tarkovsky.
The graduation film by legendary Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky was a good start for the director. The film features the two main characters, Sasha and Sergey, Sasha is a 7 year old boy who is learning to play the violin and Sergey is a worker who is doing a job on the street of Sasha's house.
This film didn't touch me but it makes you feel bad about how the kids treat Sasha but that would be the reason why he meets Sergey; the film's cinematography is terrific and Tarkovsky shows us some beautiful shots.
If you are curious about who this director was, this film is the right one to start watching his filmography.
I don't even know where to start, I found this movie boring, tedious, and a bit of a waste of time. I don't think it's worse than Suicide Squad (2016) but I don't see it as an improvement either. None of the jokes were funny, and believe me there were a lot of jokes.
Doctor Sleep (2019)
A worthy continuation of Kubrick's masterpiece.
Let's start out clearer than water, this isn't a Kubrick level movie but it's worth watching. The first act was mehh, the second was pretty good and interesting and the third blew my mind. The only thing I didn't like about the film were the actors who would "replace" Jack Nicholson and Shelley Duvall, I didn't buy a word they said and I thought they were horrible.
Rebecca Fergurson is amazing as the villain, and I think it's her best role since the Mission Impossible saga. Ewan McGregor was also very good, but I think Kyliegh Curran steals the show with his incredible performance as Abra Stone. The other vampire cult actors were good, but there is not much more to say, there are references to Kubrick that were excellent and others that were not.
But in conclusion this is a good film with great cast and worth seeing to conclude with The Shining (1980) by Stanley Kubrick.
Malcolm Mcdowell isn't alex delarge on this
There're so many things wrong with this movie that i don't know where to start, so i won't start at all. good night.
Paths of Glory (1957)
Stanley Kubrick ladies and gentlemen.
This is the best (anti)war movie of all time, and also has one of the best endings of all time. Stanley made this masterpiece at 28 years old. My only complain is that is wasn't long enough.
Interesting choice on my part to watch this at 1:00am.
Euphoria: Stuntin' Like My Daddy (2019)
I don't know still a great episode with more character development and amazing performances, the soundtrack still perfect and the quality of the series doesn't low.
rewatching for s2
I kinda love this show, like no other teenage drama out there, and the performances are so fresh and amazing. The pilot is depressing and interesting and so unique.
and the soundtrack omfg the songs are incredible.
Miss Americana (2020)
That was awesome
I've never seen before a documentary about any celeb or what's his/her life behind the cameras, but this was pretty wild. Taylor Swift has had to go through a lot to get to where she is right now, it's pretty well directed and i liked the flashbacks when she was a kiddo.
I wished it was longer because the got me at the very first moment.
Bo Burnham: Make Happy (2016)
Great guy, i wanna see more
Great special with a unique way, i loved the set and everything but there were some jokes that didn't make me laugh but the very end was strange and perfect!
Little Women (2019)
Great movie but not for me
NOTE: This review will be based on this film in general, I did not read Louisa May Alcott's novel or the other adaptations of the novel.
Little Women is a 2019 film adapted and directed by Greta Gerwig (Lady Bird). The film is based on Louisa May Alcott's famous 1868 novel Little Women. Little Women is the first book in Louisa May Alcott's Little Women series. The story revolves around the lives of four sisters growing up during and after the Civil War. With their father off fighting the war, the girls face the hardships and constraints of poverty and social expectations.
My first impression of the film is that it is a bit slow, but not boring at all. The vast majority of the scenes are important in the film, if not all of them. Since I didn't read the novel I can't compare what I adapted from the book and what I didn't adapt to, or if they lacked important scenes. I have to say that sometimes I got a little confused when it was a flashback and when it was present, but as the film progresses you realize that when there are more blue dresses it is present and more red is a flashback.
The acting is superb, each of the cast is incredible, I love with my heart to Saoirse Ronan and see him with Timothée Chalamet back gave me happiness, their facial expressions, the way they speak, their accents, everything is perfect. Florence Pugh had one of her best years with Midsommar and now this film, and I have to say she is one of the best actresses around today. Laura Dern is obviously perfect as always and I hope she wins with Marriage Story. Meryl Streep was like Meryl Streep and had very little time on screen (Bob Odenkirk appeared more than her and he appeared in the middle of the film).
The cinematography was spectacular, each shot was incredible, and there is not much more to say.
The production design and the dresses are what shine most in this movie, they make you feel like you're in the 19th century. The dress design is going to win at the next Oscars gala, they're spectacular, from the dresses that appear when they're the "girls" to the present, each one is beautiful.
The editing and soundtrack were not the best of the film, the soundtrack of Alexandre Desplat was very good, not bad at all, but I would have wanted it to be more present and was not the best of him at all, I still think that The Grand Hotel Budapest is his best yet. On the other hand, the editing was a bit weak, when they changed you to flashback or present sometimes you didn't notice and there are scenes that are a bit badly edited where you realize that the cut is a bit badly done, but who cares?
In conclusion it's a good film with good direction, good acting, soundtrack, cinematography, costume design, and production design but I feel it's not my kind of film.
Lars Von Trier thanks for the depression, love.
A very relatable movie, the anxiety and depression are so well delivered in this movie. Kirsten Dunst and Charlotte Gainsbourg are excellent in this movie, giving everything, Kiefer and the boy are great also. The visual effects are awesome and directing also, the script is also well done.
There are so many things to talk about this movie that I can't even start because i don't want but this is my rating from a first time watch.
The film is a masterpiece in itself. From photography to J.S. Bach's soundtrack. Tarkovsky. It's been two days since I saw the film and I still don't know what to say about it, it left me speechless. They were right to say that Andrei Tarkovsky was a genius, what I don't understand is why not many people know him, few people in the history of cinema were able to make masterpieces and he is one of them.
The Mirror left me speechless, the script, the direction, the acting, the soundtrack, everything left me speechless, everything shines in its full glory. I have to see her again to get a stronger feeling because she deserves it.
What is art? Why does man exist? Where do we come from? What are we? This film makes you question your whole life, it may seem very relational or not but something makes you feel the film, in a good way.
The Mirror is the closest thing I've ever seen to art. This is my first-look rating.
Wake Up (2020)
PLEASE GET ME OUT (of the hospital)
Olivia Wilde laters short invites you to ask: "You ever watch Get Out, on weed?"
Paranoid Park (2007)
I just feel like there's something outside of normal life. Outside of teachers, breakups, girlfriends. Like, right out there, like outside.
The film is set in the world of American skateboarders, but it is not a film about them. It follows the story of Alex, a teenage skater who does his best to hide his guilt in the death of a guard, whom he killed by accident.
In my opinion, I liked the film because Gus Van Sant successfully manages to make us see how a teenager's loss of innocence and judgment is triggered by an event that cannot be shared with anyone. The script was very good and each line makes you think; the cinematography was excellent but in the editing I was annoyed that they put in quite long scenes and in part it became tedious but in general it was quite good.
Dear Basketball (2017)
I can't believe this is happening, tears have just fallen. Rest in Power Kobe, love you always.
Could've been easily a two part movie.
Gaspar Noé is such an interesting filmmaker, you can hate him all you want but you can't deny his vision has always been amazing. Love (2015) is such a unique movie like i've never seen before, the actor who plays Murphy is great but my only problem was with the actor who plays Electra, I don't know if it's because of his accent but I don't felt too much with her, the actor who plays Omi was good but I wished it was more of her.
The story is interesting but I would've loved that it were more complex, this could've been easily a two part movie like Nymphomaniac. Anyway, another great film by Gaspar Noé.
Best Comedy special I've ever seen
I don't know why people don't like Chappelle specials, they are awesome and this is by far the best yet.
Best character movie of all time
What the hell, one of the best movies i've ever watched. It's beautiful to see the best actors at the top.
El robo del siglo (2020)
Funny way of representing what is considered one of the most ingenious robberies in the history of Argentina.
Francella and Peretti have such good chemistry that it makes the film hilarious and enjoyable. The other actors who are part of the group are good. The direction and script are good but it's not a big deal, it's based on real events and basically you have to thank the joints, apart from most of the dialogue being jokes or curses.
In conclusion, it's a good movie with good actors and it's good to hang out with.
A bit slow but the third act stole the movie
Well, I can tell why this is a classic but it isn't a masterpiece, the movie is slow but the idea is very well executed.
Shaun of the Dead (2004)
Hilarious but a little bit overrated
"Shaun of the Dead" a really funny movie but not everything, some of the jokes were a bit forced. Anyways, Simon and Nick have a great chemistry and is what makes this movie great. Edwar Wright first "masterpiece"...?
La La Land (2016)
Damien Chazelle keeps rising
This dude is a young director with a great future, he loves and knows movies. At first i thought i was gonna hate it because i don't like musicals by i ended up saying rat a tat jazzy jazz Tap Tap skado Doodle Do ta-da! rootin tootin BEE BOOP shimmy shimmy SHOOP!
Gosling and Stone have a great chemistry and they are great together, can't wait to see Babylon!!! Well done Damien, very well done.
Don't trust any 1/10 or 10/10 reviews
This movie isn't a 10 but neither a 1, it's awesome but in the third act they kind of rushed the things.
Amy Adams stills the best actress working today and the directing is good. I liked that they didn't overused the CGI and the ships were incredible!
Wow, Christopher Nolan is truly a genius. Probably one of the best original movies ever made, the screenplay and directing from Christopher Nolan is incredible and he deserved more recognition.
This is a rare film because it's going backwards while the black and white scenes go in chronological order and that is a smart move and not an easy one. You need to see this film before you die.
Now, where was i?
Ford v Ferrari (2019)
Polk Salad Annie
Too bad I couldn't see this film in the cinema, it's incredible! Damon and Bale have such good chemistry that they make you like the movie more, and all the racing scenes are awesome!
You definitely have to see it.