"We mustn't be afraid now or in the future, because we're on the just path. [...] We're fighting for something that has to be, that can't help coming. The road may be long and hard, but we'll get there and we'll see a better world."
Masterclass in blocking, photography, and pace.
Glad I saw the Turner exhibit at the Tate prior to to seeing this. Just wish it was slightly more concrete on his theories behind his insane late work.
Half a life of longing; searching, against the transcendence of the old order and the stark, and fleetingly joyful realities of human existence.
Is Moonrise Kingdom a film about true love, or childhood naivety? I’m hoping for the former but I can’t help but think it’s the latter. Anderson has created such a wonderful, charming film delivering a childlike experience of what we perceive to be our first love but has drenched it with adult issues of infidelity, responsibility and grief. The film is at its core a sad film, a tragedy much like every other Anderson joint. Suzie’s parent’s broken relationship and…
Normally I would go into a film completely blind, I've always found that this was for the best as it enables you to react more naturally to the events on screen. However, I went into Foxcatcher knowing the basic premise and found that it added so much to my viewing.
I'm going to say it now, Bennet Miller's Foxcatcher is one of the greatest sports films of all time. I went in with no expectations, I'm not a sports fan…