i stand by none of it
Bram Stoker's Dracula 1992
Francis Ford Coppola’s Roger Corman’s Bram Stoker’s Dracula
I am reluctant to talk about this film too much. Darren Aronofsky created something unholy here. It feels wrong to air this film so callously. He made a film about creation. In any form. You can apply it to whatever form of creation you wish. Creation, art, God, nature. And the cost.
I am honestly stunned by the unnerving honesty on display in this film. It became pretty clear pretty early on with Javier Bardem's character that Aronofsky had decided…
La La Land 2016
A passionate love letter to passion and love. I don't have a lot here, La La Land is lovely and pristine and a lot more real than I ever expected.
A love story between two people, one in love with performing and one in love with jazz, although it's not immediately clear the true parameters of this love story.
I was pretty deeply surprised by where this went in its arc and follow through concerning the logical progressions for what…