it is a challenge make a film where we don’t have a protagonist, but an entire family and although the feature has only 110 minutes to succeed all the acts, wes anderson handles it in a great way, not letting the plot seems hokey and accommodates well each character, providing an clean direction. 'the royal tenenbaums' perhaps have become my favorite anderson film, i'm feeling astonished, once again.
A TRUE CLASS FILMMAKING.
any attempt to try to overlap my words to explain my experience with this 'RELENTLESS MASTERPIECE', will be INVALUABLE.
you'll not be the same after watching "idi I Smotri". difficult to process. i couldn't say that it is ahead of his time, cause this historical horror will remain in society until the end of our days and we cannot forget that this act of fascism was frighteningly recently and hauntings me every day that some people out there refer themselves as "nazis".
I HATE L.A ALL THEY DO HERE IS SNORT COKE AND TALK.
short cuts is a 80s jazz ode that satisfactorily represents LA in a whole family context full of childhood, joy, betrayals and lies. it's a glimpse story, i felt stuck in the plot and it's out of the question for me to say that the characters in this novel are not unique. altman intertwines each of his characters in specific moments as the characters attitudes causing consequences that…
tarantino's second feature film is undoubtedly a milestone in cinema, that's all anyone can say. pulp fiction awakens me a unimaginable enthusiasm, cannes film festival is the vanguard of all this uproar, the living proof that tarantino achieved great elements of cinema by being an employee of a video store company. the depth of the narrative is triumphant, dangerous and astute. everything in this film is attractive, more than it really should be and there's a fascination of pop culture embedded throughout the script. indescribable. an allusion to the natural dialogue of human life. it's really funny tho.