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"Favorite Films" is not my top 4.
I'm truly angry at myself, this is the second Michael Mann film I didn't enjoy as I wanted to.
See, as a, mostly, based on true events story, Public Enemies works. On the other hand, as a gangster action drama/thriller, it also does but I felt bored and indifferent too many times.
Maybe I had an out of normal short attention span today but the film didn't get to me, at all.
Nevertheless, I can see quality and I still think it's good but it didn't even have that atmosphere of the other 2 Mann films I've seen.
With such a solid cast, it's obvious there would be a lot of attention coming to this.
The Devil All the Time is a failed attempt at doing what other films have done much better, such as Magnolia or There Will Be Blood.
For starters, the narration felt awfully useless and honestly, I was quite annoyed by it because it seemed way too lazy and it took away possible nuances some scenes could've had.
In several specific scenes where emotion…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
This film is a majestically crafted ride through the life of a broken individual who's completely lost and not even his giant talent can save him.
I haven't seen too much about what others think about it, but I can see a lot of people not liking this. Basically because it doesn't have a plot driven narrative. It focuses almost purely on character study and also society study.
As I'm learning guitar myself, I am biased for raising my enjoyment…