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Paying homage to old Hollywood in a musical show of vibrant colors and intelligent direction, La La Land brings Chazelle at his peak as a director in a plot that navigates between the most diverse emotions.
Chazelle's aesthetically vibrant and narratively intelligent musical carries with it a strong influence of American cinema from the 20s, 40s and 50s in an admirable and well-crafted synthesis that navigates among the most comprehensive themes.
Chazelle not only carries a strong influence from old…
Working with introspection and humanity above all else, Kenneth Lonergan offers a moving drama besieged by full-bodied characters and developed with the most complex narrative care.
In Manchester by The Sea, Lonergan works very well with introspection by handling several human themes throughout the film that - from a certain point of view - create a kind of "narrative puzzle" that determines the real intention of the writer and director. with this movie.
The entire film is set in original…
Offering dark and thought-provoking emotions that fuel a character study that leads to the conclusion that crime can pay, Nightcrawler delivers an elegant look along with an incredibly effective direction.
Bringing together two elements that are very much in vogue in cinema, misfits and the fascination with the media, Nightcrawler makes use of the protagonist's cold and unscrupulous nature to propose a reflection on ethics and moral values based on the character's attitudes throughout the movie.
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Surpassing the 1947 original, del Toro's Nightmare Alley is an excellent modern noir thriller with a storyline faithful to the original but at the same time it has its own originality and exquisite art direction.
A modern noir with carnivalesque elements - even if on a smaller scale compared to the 1947 classic - that delivers a dark and very well-setting plot that has great night takes mitigated by excellent art and photography direction, Nightmare Alley by del Toro goes…