The Bird Of The Hermes Is My Name
Eating My Wings To Make Me Tame
While it might seem like I'm hater, my real concern lies in advocating for equitable portrayal of women in movies, Mainly for the sake of my girl, sister, mother, and all my female friends. Especially after the high expectations set by the filmmaker responsible for masterpieces like "Lady Bird," and "White Noise." While such a comparison is typically meant as praise, in this instance, it falls significantly short of that mark.
The screenplay's intention is to delve into profound insights…
"Now I have become death, the destroyer of worlds. The man who gave them power to destroy themselves"
Let's set aside discussions about the story, as it is a historical account, and avoid focusing on the casting, directing, acting, soundtracks, storytelling, dialogs, filming, and technological advancements, as well as the overwhelming feeling experienced through the IMAX screen. Many directors have pushed the boundaries in these areas before, but what truly makes Christopher Nolan's film a masterpiece is how he flawlessly…
If the movie were to continue for an additional 24 hours, I would gladly put it on an endless loop and watch it for eternity. The moments when the characters were exploring the world and experiencing its wonders, combined with the remarkably realistic graphics that made it feel as though everything was genuine, and the way their emotions were conveyed through their expressions, all created a sense of true magic. The interaction with each individual water particle was awe-inspiring, and the overall experience was nothing short of extraordinary.
'Air' is an exceptional film directed by Ben Affleck, portraying the determined journey of Sonny Vaccaro (Matt Damon), a Nike executive aiming to sign Michael Jordan and create the iconic 'Air Jordan' brand. Despite challenges in a competitive market, Sonny defies the odds and secures a deal with Jordan. The film's direction by Ben Affleck and its witty screenplay create an engaging experience. Action-packed scenes and compelling dialogue maintain viewer interest, with standout moments found in conversations between Sonny Vaccaro…