Manchester by the Sea is a simple yet cinematically great motion picture that immerses the audiences into this intensely slow-burning yet high motor character study. Through chronicling the life of a young man in somewhat of a midlife crisis, Manchester by the Sea doesn’t just paint a character study on this man but rather millions of people out there that also seem to go through the challenges the protagonist faces all throughout the picture. Essentially being a lonely man in…
John Frankenheimer’s 1966 spectacle entitled Grand Prix is one motion picture that immerses the audiences into the world of motorsport as it entertainingly chronicles the lives of four drivers and the experience they face with this lifestyle. Running in at about three hours of run time, Frankenheimer’s main focus lies on the racing scenes of the film and the quality that comes with it. With such a stylistically impressive approach with the camera and editing during these racing sequences, it…
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To answer the question if you…
(This rating and what I’m about to say,
still doesn’t do this film any justice)
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Buckle up, this will be a messy and bumpy ride.
First and foremost, making a review like this may seem redundant, and is redundant. Frankly, there’s really not much to say that hasn’t already been said. There are too many…