We are the Music Makers and we are the Dreamers of Dreams
The worst thing a documentary can do is blandly represent an interesting subject. Some kind of Heaven is very frustrating. You feel like the external beauty is wasted on a very unsatisfying story. This didn’t commit to either being fully experimental or fully real. It’s in a weird limbo. Yes, these are interesting characters but no, I don’t think they are worth being the subject of the documentary. I feels like it gets lost in itself. Nothing is resolved, maybe…
The Criterion Challenge 2021 Film #2: “Directed by Akira Kurosawa“
What’s so crazy is that it’s 67. A senior, and yet It’s one of those films where no factors show any cliché of the time. It is completely itself. It is completely new. It’s fresh as the morning dew.
Don’t let the runtime bother you, with such time you get to bathe in this mud covered world. You live in black and white. My worry, when I started this, was it taking itself…
What a useless film!
This might be Fincher’s first real dud. Everything is so much lesser in quality than his previous work. The cinematography (which is something he is usually great at) is completely average and lacks contrast. I give a little slack to the script because after working with Aaron Sorkin, everything is going to seem lackluster. But it was so self indulgent, (which would be fine if I deserved any of the respect it desires.) It’s completely average, made worse…